Some people have very specific tastes.
The cars belonged to Paul Adair, a banker from the Kansas City area who died in November 2019. Adair purchased the cars over the years and reportedly stored them in rental units and the decommissioned salt mines around Kansas City that have been converted into storage facilities. His family didn't discover how many he owned until after his death.
Among the 14 Plymouths is a rare right-hand-drive, four-door Phaeton convertible that is one of 259 built. There are also two DeSoto roadsters – one in pretty good shape and the other in need of a major restoration – a couple of models from 1929 and 1931 and a 1984 Chevrolet C/K 30 Series car hauler to move everything around in.
The auction is being held online and in person and includes a selection of 1932 parts and some other random collectibles.