Acreage is home to Detroit's extinct beasts

Duane Hayes shows off his 45 acre property that is home to nearly a thousand classic cars at his Classic Motors lot in Peyton Thursday, January 17, 2013. Hayes bought the busses to hold extra car parts and are packed to the brim with bumpers, mufflers and Photo by MICHAEL CIAGLO/THE GAZETTE
Duane Hayes shows off his 45 acre property that is home to nearly a thousand classic cars at his Classic Motors lot in Peyton Thursday, January 17, 2013. Hayes bought the busses to hold extra car parts and are packed to the brim with bumpers, mufflers and Photo by MICHAEL CIAGLO/THE GAZETTE
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