A family in Henry Ford's hometown of Dearborn, Michigan are selling an incredible collection of classic cars this weekend, many in mint condition and still with that new car smell.
The stash of 127 vehicles belonged to Blake Weldon's grandfather, who's passion for automotive history lead him to squirrel away several rare gems, according to WDIV. Gems like a 1908 Sears four-wheel with crankshaft and the original motor.
There are also three 1976 Cadillac Bicentennials with under 400 miles on the odometer and dealer stickers still in the windows. Only 200 Bicentennials were ever built by Cadillac.
Weldon's grandfather died a year ago while working on his beloved cars. His family wants these beauties to be enjoyed by a new generation of enthusiasts. The sale will take place at on Saturday at 13500 Rotunda Drive in Dearborn, Michigan, between 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.