Ron Anderson loves all twenty of his classic cars.
From his 1957 Chevy Nomad to his 1932 Ford Coupe- to him they're all a piece of history.
"You just get in them and roll your windows down and cruise around and just have fun," he said.
Now he'll soon be sharing his treasures for all to see at his Flying A Car Club Museum.
The new museum will feature dozens of classic cars and other memorabilia.
Cars will even be up for sale to the highest bidder, all except for one.
"I would not sell my nomad, that's the only one that's not for sale," said Anderson.
This 1957 Chevy convertible is one of many cars that visitors can see. But it wont be here for long, there are about 50 other cars waiting to be rotated.
Apparently Anderson isn't the only one in Albany resident with a passion for classic cars.
"There's two words in this town, there's Hot Rods, there's lug-nuts, there's classic cars," said Chuck Senter, Director of the Albany Chamber of Commerce.
Classic cars have become a staple for Albany.
And the annual car show has become a way for the hundreds of vintage car owners to show the country what their city is all about.
"The people that are a part of the car show really are the people that are the backbone of the car show because of the cars that they have and the love they have for those," said Senter.
Because for Anderson classic cars are much more than a piece of metal- they're an adventure.
"It's exciting. You drive down the road in your car and people are giving you a thumbs up and just telling you nice ride," he said.
The museum is scheduled to open the same day as the car show on April 21.
Anderson has opened the museum alongside his twin brother Donnie and fellow car collector Robert Snyder.
They will also feature cars from other Albany residents.