Harold and Nancy used to open their home in Parkland the first or last, I can’t remember, Saturday in August every year. There were buildings filled with cars mostly, military vehicles, fire trucks, & other things that he had collected, plus vehicles parked around the buildings. It would take the better part of the day to see it all and the best part was Harold was out there in his coveralls giving the kids a ride around the yard in several of his old Crosley fire trucks. I was also told that everything on the property also ran! I remember the key was in every vehicle. He also had helpers running a couple of single cylinder steam engines. I believe one was running a saw and cutting wood and the other was hooked to a splitter splitting wood. This was all open for free with volunteers from local Car Clubs helping. You just walked around on your own. There were several climate controlled rooms that housed some very expensive cars that he had bought from Harrah’s collection. Then one year I had come over and parked a couple of blocks from his house and was walking when an old 1934 Ford school bus stopped and ask if I wanted a ride over there. I said “sure” and the driver said “hop on”. When we got to the front gate of LeMay’s house there was a line of people waiting and when the bus stopped and the driver opened the door, people started getting on, so thought O.K. I’ll stay on and see where they are all going. Lo and behold it took us to Marymount. I could not believe my eyes, there were old cars, trucks, semi trucks, fire trucks, an old patty wagon from NYPD, and that was just outside. Inside the buildings, gym, and even the shower room were filled with old cars. I spent the entire day going through everything. I have gone to Harrah’s collection in Reno and some other car collections, but everything LeMay had just blew me away. And, Harold and Nancy opened it all for Free! The new Museum dose not even have a 1/4 of his vehicles.