When an entire car museum collection goes up for sale, it’s like a solar eclipse. It just doesn’t happen much at all. Rick Treworgy, who founded Muscle Car City in Florida, is selling his collection of classics. His stable is an impressive one with such icons as a 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air Bubble Top and a 1963 Corvette. His desire to leave the museum business was expedited by the recent pandemic, and none of what’s up for auction has a reserve price. Treworgy isn’t saying goodbye to his most precious steeds, as he will keep about 50 of them in his own private home museum. Life is rough, indeed.