One of the greatest private car collections in the world is located in Brighton, Michigan.
You arrive to the Prom in a limo, so what would you drive to one of the best privately-owned supercar collections in the world? A Bugatti Veyron, of course. Mike Musto of Drive rolled into Ken Lingenfelter's showroom recently and toured the amazing facility. One of the most striking things about Lingenfelter's incredible collection, Musto points out, is that every model on display still runs and sees regular road-duty.
The car collection, located in Brighton, Michigan, contains about 200 models (Lingenfelter doesn't actually count his cars... seriously) and features such legends as Ferraris, Lamborghinis, muscle cars and more, including the first small block-powered Chevrolet Corvette (Duntov Test Mule EX-8).
The crown jewel of his collection, the Duntov Mule, was purchased at auction in 2009 for $318,000. It is currently valued at over a million. As you may know, Ken Lingenfelter is the owner of Lingenfelter Performance Engineering (LPE), the same company that has been producing 200-plus mph Camaros as of late.