We like to think of ourselves as collectors of the finer things in life. Whiskey, sneakers, wine, watches, raw denim, art, you name it. Larry Schroll puts all off us to shame with the classic car collection–some fifty cars in total–that he spend the majority of his life collecting from swap meets and auctions while he lived in Pennsylvania. Schroll passed in 2018, and now his enormous, and secret, car collection is being auctioned off by his family with the help of Matt Murray, the man behind IronTrap Garage on YouTube. Murray is doing quite a few different walkthrough videos of the collection like the one you see here ahead of the multiple different estate sales / auctions planned through Rentzel Auction Service for pieces of the collection. The collection includes everything from Fords and Chevys built in the 1930s, to 70s Vettes and 50s Thunderbirds, to Model Ts, Falcons and more accessories than you could ever plan to use. The first auction is scheduled for April 18th with additional auctions throughout the year.