I like watching Jay Leno, especially when he has old vehicles. Not so much on the fancy fast ones. He saves a lot of non-automotive relics too. He has the first hot water tank from the white house, I believe. He has steam engines and literature. He still does stand up in L.A.
It would be interesting to know what his collection is worth.
Some guys keep a lot of old stuff running just for us to see. There is a guy Dave Richards that has the Old Steam Powered Machine shop that I enjoy watching. I'm not even a machinist, but I just love seeing him make parts and maintain his shop. Making these videos takes up extra time, and sure appreciate that people out there do this. This is his 1st video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WXHNBMLZZM&t=143s
, and there 49 to date.
There is another car collection in Tacoma, Washington that is amazing, https://www.lemaymarymount.org/
, It's the LeMay Collections at Marymount. Not to be confused with the LeMay's American Car Museum on I-5. In 1997, the LeMay family collection was listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the "Largest Antique & Vintage Vehicle Collection" with more than 1900 vehicles. You can check out the LeMay family's vehicles in this searchable database where you can sort by Year, Make, or Model.