Florida construction and real estate developer Rick Treworgy's first love was automobiles. He started wheeling and dealing at age 14, and although his career was in a different area, he never lost his passion. That passion would become the Muscle Car City Museum, one of the largest collections of American classics in the world, with over 200 cars in what was once a Walmart building. The pandemic has claimed the museum which will cease operations on January 17th, with all the cars being auctioned by Mecum. From rare GM muscle cars like two COPO Camaros to a plethora of Corvettes and Cadillacs, there's something for everyone when the auction starts January 22nd.