Way cool but kind of a shame though. Machinery that was made to be enjoyed, not just looked at. Reminds me of when I stopped in at a muscle car museum in Sevierville, TN. Only me and a couple in the museum so the owner was walking around answering questions. I was looking at the awesome Chevys he has like a real deal ZL1 Camaro. The couple were checking out his Fords and while looking at a Shelby, I heard the owner tell them that Mr. Shelby had been in there and the owner asked him to autograph the dash on one of his Shelby's. He begrudgingly did it but told him that those cars were built to be driven, not to set in some museum.