This is What a $30 Million Car Collection Looks Like

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Now consider how much the insurance policy costs.

$30 million bucks isn't exactly pocket change. Just imagine the types of cars you could get with that amount dough. Now picture all those cars under one roof. In reality, that imagery is the Marconi Museum in Tustin, California. It was founded by Dick Marconi, a successful businessman and philanthropist who was also a car nut. The museum is also a foundation for kids in an effort to raise one million dollars annually for at-risk children's charities.

For just $5, visitors can check out some of the greatest cars to have ever been created, including some of the Sultan of Brunei's cars, as well as a Ferrari FX, F40 and F50, Jaguar XJ220, Lamborghini Countach and plenty more. DtRockstar1 takes us on an exclusive tour free of charge, but being there in person is definitely the better way to go.

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