Hooniverse Weekend Edition: The Lingenfelter Collection Images

Once again, we are treated to the wonders of photography thanks to Mike the Dog (Thanks Man!). These are from the Lingenfelter Collection, and Mike took these shots while attending the Orphan Show Car Cruise on Saturday. Make the jump to see more images.

So why not waste a Sunday Morning going through these images, and wonder how John Lingenfelter managed to collect such a wide variety of cars while screwing his customer base (just kidding….)

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18 responses to “Hooniverse Weekend Edition: The Lingenfelter Collection Images”

  1. Joe Dunlap Avatar
    Joe Dunlap

    While it is an unbelieveable assemblage of vehicles, it must also be nice to have more money than God.

  2. MarionCobretti Avatar

    Is it wrong that of all those, I was most excited by the cherry Bricklin SV-1?

    1. x100al Avatar

      I think the lighter color on the botton half really looks good as opposed to the black that was stock.

  3. Mad_Hungarian Avatar

    Holy cat. Now THAT is a collection. The 1966-76 stuff alone is a compilation of just about every wet-dream vehicle for those of us who grew up in the early 70's. I really want to rescue either the Grand Am or maybe that blue Skylark post coupe from museum imprisonment and drive them every day.

    1. Mike_the_Dog Avatar

      It's not museum imprisionment, FWIW. This is a private collection, and all the cars are driven on a fairly regular basis.

  4. Saturnsufferer Avatar

    I loved seeing that beautiful Callaway speedster. Callaway always does such impressive work. I still heart the "Sledgehammer".

  5. James Avatar

    screwing his customer base? Jim, you're thinking of Hennessey.

    1. Jim Brennan Avatar
      Jim Brennan

      Oh yea…. you are correct.

      1. Mike_the_Dog Avatar

        Another (fairly minor) correction; this collection belongs to Ken Lingenfelter (John's cousin). I hope to be able to see it again…

  6. Mad_Hungarian Avatar

    clearly, this needs to be a group-effort commando raid.

  7. tenbeers Avatar

    I think it's cool that every car seems to have a battery tender. Ken obviously enjoys driving them, not just leaving them in a warehouse to rot as an "investment".
    Great pics Mike.

    1. Mike_the_Dog Avatar

      Ken assured me that every single one of them gets driven at least a couple of times a year.

  8. longrooffan Avatar

    Any three or four of these would be a great collection but D*mn, there must be a 100 or so. Nice and varied grouping of automobiles. But no longroofs? 🙁

    1. Mike_the_Dog Avatar

      I didn't even miss them until you said that.

  9. junkman Avatar

    It's great to see a guy in the car business who really loves cars; everything from a seventy horsepower 914-4 to gazillion horsepower multi-turbo exotics, his passion is evident. Thanks to Mike for sharing the pics.

  10. Patrick Avatar

    288 GTO……I hate him.

  11. ZomBee Racer Avatar

    What an incredibly cool collection! Did you happen to catch a shot of what was in the AMX's 8-track player?

  12. Tripl3fast Avatar

    As I was watching Flickr stream, I was saying to myself, self why no _____ cars in this collection? Then one would show up. Not just anyone but a Yenko or three examples of the five ever made kind of thing. Just awesome. They need a bigger garage. Jay Leno might be jealous.