|Old cars on display|
Owner Johnny Cloud has filled two acres with a wide assortment of antiques, beginning with 130 cars that he said drove in under their own power and could be driven out if they contained batteries and gasoline. The vehicles include cars from the early 1900s, most of which are rusted down to the metal. These sit out in the open. A few cars have been restored and are kept in a building toward the rear.
Besides old cars, the Cloud collection includes vintage farm implements, a few old fire trucks and an early motor home.
|Display of old kitchen utensils|
But it includes more than just vehicles. There’s an old post office complete with wanted posters for John Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson, and Bonnie and Clyde. He has plenty of old kitchen utensils, include corn bread pans, and an extensive collection of cast iron skillets hang on one wall.
Cloud roams the grounds in a golf cart, stopping frequently to talk with visitors and answer questions.