Buy a Classic–Help a College
Far too many car collections are kept from the light of day. Undoubtedly there are many warehouses around the world that house incredible collections of cars that sadly will rarely be shared with the public. Alberta rancher, J. C. "Jack" Anderson wanted to share his cars in a way that could help others so he donated some of his cars to Olds College in Alberta; one hundred and six cars, to be exact.
The scale and breadth of the collection takes a while to sink in. From svelte Jaguars to lumbering Cadillacs, the collection covers a wide range of automotive tastes. There is one Japanese car and only few German cars but the collection is largely made up of British and American classics.
The collection features many classic Jaguars, but a standout was definitely the achingly beautiful British racing green 1956 XK-140.