Collector Bruce Weiner is putting up his 200 mini-cars on sale at auction, reports say. Weiner, of Georgia, US, currently displays the impressive collection in his own museum.The Microcar Museum in Madison is home to such pieces as a BMW Bubble and a Peel P50, with the Peel registered as the smallest car ever manufactured.
Weiner can proud himself with the largest mini-motor collection in the world, The Sun notes. His hobby stands to fetch him a whopping £7 M (€8.16 M / $11 M) at auction.
His most prized possession are two branded Krispy Kreme and Coca-Cola mini-trucks, worth over £65,000 (€75,800 / $102,000) each.
“They have brought me incredible joy over the years, but simply finding and restoring these cars is not enough for me. In order to fully appreciate them, I need to share them,” he says.