Thought I’d pass this link to the Lingenfelter Collection’s website on. It’s well worth a look, especially if you like Corvettes. The collection itself is in Brighton, Michigan, on the premises of Lingenfelter Motorsports, and has more than 150 cars, including some very rare exotics (a 1995 Guldstrand GS90 coupe, for example). Naturally, some of the cars have a connection with Lingenfelter Performance Engineering. The owner of the collection, and current CEO, is a cousin of NHRA driver and engineer John Lingenfelter.
The collection is not generally open to the public, but is available for corporate and charity events. Fortunately for the rest of us, there are lots of great pictures online. Clicking on pictures in the Featured Vehicles section brings up more pictures and information of the vehicle in question. The Gallery section is sorted by date and type, starting with 1950s Corvettes and going to 2000s exotics. Drool. Their online store also has a nice selection of T-shirts and such at what look like reasonable prices. I’m trying to convince myself I really don’t need a T-shirt that reads “Got horsepower?” Of course, they also sell parts, which probably explains the free shipping with $500 order offer.