If you are into custom cars (incl the only car to win national championship 3 times), bubbletop custom cars, automobilia, vintage speed parts, huge vintage model car kits, ect then you need to watch American Pickers tomorrow night on the History Channel! My buddy Rick Klibenski's collection is going to be featured on the show. As many time as I have been in his shops I still see things I hadn't seen before. He has some incredible cars that are very well known including Forecasta, Pac Man car and others. I don't want to say all that you will see on the show as you will have fun picking out all the different cars, parts, posters.......... I was surprised when Rick mentioned that he is thinking about thinning out his huge collection. He has had a couple of things come up that has made him start thinking about it as his kids have no interest in the collection. I know that he has at least 61 vehicles in varying stages of completion. Some of them have a large historical background. He has been so busy helping everyone else with their cars that he hasn't had the time to do his own. He is an accomplished car builder who has been involved in some very significant cars over the years. I have helped him with a build that he has been working on on and off for a few years now. It is a 1937 Mercedes 540K Roadster Custom that is slated to be completed for next years Detroit Auto Rama where it will compete for the Ridler Award. At the very least it is a Great 8 winner and is absolutely a beautiful car! I was going to post some pics of what you will see tomorrow night on the American Pickers show but again, I did not want to be a spoiler. So if you are into custom cars, vintage speed parts, automobilia, then this is something you do not want to miss seeing. Who knows, you may even see something that you have been searching for. I was there when they came by but stayed in the background while they were filming. I was able to meet both pickers and they are really good guys and it was a pleasure to talk with them. It was cool seeing Rick having someone there who really appreciated what it has taken to amass such a collection over the last 40-50 years. He still has the old coupe that he customized while still in high school and he hasn't really sold much over the years. I suppose that is why I was surprised when he agreed to them going through and having a look. From what I understand they want to come back as they really didn't have time to see After the show I will upload pics as I have probably 500 pics of his collection that I had taken for insurance purposes a couple of years ago.