i would say that 2 cars out of all of those actually run, those pictures are taken when he gets them. If you'll notice garbage on the floors. And about 3/4 of those cars have been on grassy ground for atleast 2 years (with no plastic), Im sure a few have been there for a much longer time. The guy actually had a nice Porsche shop right at 1325 and I-35 (Onegimp might know of this place) with MGs, Triumphs, Jaguars, but a bolt got stuck in the gears in his head and now all he buys are really beat up "unique" cars.
It sucks because they are/were decent cars when he got them, like the TR-7, with the 215 buick. I could not see the gauges due to too much dust, when I moved my finger across it to clean it. He told me not to do that because it would damage the plastic. "MARK" I said, "there's no f-ing top!"
I've seen Rolls Royce cars clumped together in a field in poor condition. Junk is junk. Only a tiny percentage of cars are worth dumping large sums of money into. Some people go on crusies, fly to exotic places; me I'd like to visit every junk yard on the planet. My wife could come along and carry my tool bag!