This unexpected collection documents the magnificent obsession of one man, Norwegian magnate Andreas Ugland. More than 80 vehicles, preening like supermodels, gleam in ranks. "Holy hot-rod, Batman," it's one of the three original Batmobiles from the 1960's TV series. There's the world's first produced auto, an 1886 Benz! Tiers of classic Ferraris, Jags, Corvettes, BMWs, and more date back nearly a century, including such unique collectibles as Elton John's Bentley, the
1930 Phantom driven in the film Yellow Rolls Royce, and Queen Elizabeth II's first limo. You can go hog wild over Harleys and other bad-ass bikes. And well, just because, coffee grinders. This isn't actually mere kitchen kitsch: Peugeot started producing mills and grinders in the mid-19th century. An avid sailor, Mr. Ugland wants to start a boat museum as well. That might be fun but it likely won't capture the unlikely charm of this Cayman oddity.