Jack started out owning a Chevron gas station in Amarillo. He had a 1974 Winnebago RV which he rented out from the filling station. It was so popular that within a year he had 6 rentals. This eventually got him into the RV business in 1978 selling Winnebagos. He is the oldest Winnebago dealer in Texas. Then a little over 25 years ago he began collecting and restoring unusual vintage RVs. The museum is at his RV dealership lot and admission is free.
I visited with Jack for awhile; a really nice gentleman probably around late 60's early 70's in age. His wife was there also, a really stunning looking woman of the same vintage.
She might have been restored too or just has good genes.