A car for every alphabet. This man spent 50 years to build this rare collection

Some car collectors go too far in pursuit of the love they have for automobiles and then there is John Moir. He is a New Hampshire teacher who grew up around classic cars and had a passion for collecting four-wheeled machines. He spent more than 50 years in building up a collection with at least one brand from every letter of the alphabet. A to Z? That’s right! A car from every single letter.

John Moir’s collection contains some of the rare and classic beauties that you surely want to see for once at least. Scroll down to have look at the A to Z collection of John Moir.

1958 AC Ace-Bristol

1911 Brasier 11/15 HP Runabout

1930 Cadillac V-16 Roadster by Fleetwood

1900 De-Dion Bouton Vis-à-vis

1911 E-M-F Model 30 Speedster

1933 Ford V-8 “Woody” Station Wagon

1914 G.N. Cyclecar

1953 HRG 1500 WS Roadster

1901 International Charette Double Phaeton

1928 Jowett 7/17 Sports Racer

1911 Kelsey Model M Motorette

1934 Lancia Augusta Special Tourer by March

1926 Morgan Aero Three-Wheeler

1953 Nash-Healey Sports Roadster

1904 Orient Buckboard

1937 Packard Six Station Wagon

1905 Queen Model B Runabout

1931 Rolls-Royce 20/25 Drophead Coupe by Worblaufen

1913 Spacke Cyclecar Prototype

1958 Triumph TR3A Roadster

1911 Unic GS Roi-des-Belges by Gordon

1956 Volkswagen Type 1 Beetle

1921 Wolseley Ten Coupe

1999 Xanthos 23B

1923 Yellow Cab Model A-2 Brougham Taxi

1910 Zebra Type A Runabout

Article Source: Yahoo Autos | Image: Darin Schnabel, Courtesy RM Auctions

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