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 |  Jun 20 2011, 8:42 PM

Legendary tuning company Lingenfelter is opening his doors. For a small donation to charity, generously-minded enthusiasts can peek at the company’s amazing private collection.

Ken Lingenfelter, cousin of NHRA racer and company founder John, is allowing a peek into the Michigan warehouse for just one day. Inside, one can expect an array of 60s and 70s classic muscle and race cars, from Trans Ams to Camaros to a Duntov Corvette mule that is basically priceless. From the picture above, the collection is also rounded out by some Ferraris and all of the GM products Lingenfelter has massaged over the years.

The $15 goes to the Detroit Institute of Ophthalmology. With 150 cars being shown, that’s a dollar for 10 cars—and all going to a good cause.

[Source: Autoweek]