Though I have been actually working lately, Saturday I went to one of our clients Ranches in the foothills. This guy is a Engineer Scientist person and so is his dad. He had been inviting us out to his ranch for a while to see their "museum" of cars and planes. Recently they decided to sell on of their old Broncos and told us it was one of the Baja versions. Ford used to make the old style Bronco and then you could have it tricked out for the desert at a shop in Long Beach. So thinking that is what it was we went to check out the bronco and the ranch. The Bronco had a real lot of rust and and I couldn't find the information to document if it was a baja model or not but we saw a whole bunch of other stuff.
Check out a few of the photos.
They have a small grass airfield cut in the middle of their property to fly the planes in and out of. There is no consistency in what they collect. I think they enjoy the hunt for the odd car. The old black car is a nearly complete Maxwell.
It was a fun morning. I wonder if anyone has a garage or shop like this hidden in Sonoma County?