One of my friends posted this rather........interesting house for sale in Detroit on his FB page this morning. I can’t say I’ve ever really seen anything quite like it.

LINK HERE (It might have been KINJA’d)

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EDIT: The Detroit Free Press wrote up an article on this home since it became an internet-viral-hit. It was nice getting a bit of background on the house and the owner. While certainly you can question Mr. Nassar’s taste, you can’t question his automotive enthusiasm.

I did find this the least surprising bit of this article:

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I really urge you to click on the link and go through the full photo-set as it’s something that you really need a little bit of time to take it all in, but I’ll at least add a few photos here:

From the outside, it at least looks well kept. And yes, a bit gaudy, but it can’t possibly prepare you for whats coming when you open the door....
From the outside, it at least looks well kept. And yes, a bit gaudy, but it can’t possibly prepare you for whats coming when you open the door....
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I don’t even.......
I don’t even.......
I can’t poop here with all the statues looking at me.....judging.
I can’t poop here with all the statues looking at me.....judging.
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I’ve never seen one of these outside of a movie.
I’ve never seen one of these outside of a movie.

(Edit: The Google Maps Streetview showed me this incredible view:)

Illustration for article titled $550,000 Will Not Only Get You This Wonderful House in Lovely Detroit, But Also 2 Classic Cars To Go With It! UPDATE: News Article Added
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But like I said, it also comes with not one, but TWO cars that are really just as.....impressive as the rest of the house!

Dual air-horns on the hood of a ‘66 Cadillac Fleetwood........
Dual air-horns on the hood of a ‘66 Cadillac Fleetwood........
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The ‘74 Lincoln Mark IV Coupe doesn’t have the dual airhorn hood of the Cadillac, but still quite ‘unique’ in it’s own way.
The ‘74 Lincoln Mark IV Coupe doesn’t have the dual airhorn hood of the Cadillac, but still quite ‘unique’ in it’s own way.

I feel like this place needs to be converted into some kind of Museum.

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