Some of you guys are pretty bitter at the auction company and Yvette VanDerBrink, for some unknown reason. She did her JOB, and that is to sell the contents for the maximum amount possible for the seller. What people do with their money is THEIR business. Do I care that the '58 Cameo sold for three times a restored '58 Cameo would? NO! Because no one put a gun to the buyers' heads. They bid the vehicles up to what they were willing to pay. This is an important part of capitalism, gang! Every one of these is going to someone that really wanted that particular vehicle, for whatever reason drove them to want/buy it/them. The auction house made probably 20%, plus a set fee. The Lambrechts are free of over 400 vehicles and assorted stuff that was collecting dust and rust, have a duffle bag full of cash, plus they have a field cleared out of vehicles and overgrowth. This is a win-win all around. Geez, be happy for people for a change.