That is an outstanding collection.
Thanks for posting.
EDIT: .. I also particularly liked the two old commercial vehicles, a 1950s Austin green panel van and a 1960s Ford Transit pickup. With a relatively limited production run, normally hard & short working lifetime and not normally preserved as "future classics", these kind of vehicles must be on the rare & endangered species list. So, it's good to see someone spending the time and money to keep them going.
Sadly not. Too interested in all the metal. Row upon row of awesome classics. I tried to keep it to just pointing my camera at more interesting stuff but it was hard to know where to look. At least 5 mint Aston DB4's, Alvises coming out of your ears, at least two Gordon Keebles (total production 99!)........and probably half the surviving E-Types in the country. You couldn't sneeze without spattering at least four of them.