Bouncy house inventor made children laugh, will now do the same for car collectors

Every time a child has jumped for joy over the past few years, a little more jingle went into the pocket of bouncy house inventor Bob Regehr. And that money, in turn, went into his car collection, which is now headed for auction.

The bounty from the bouncy house, aka the Moon Walk, that Regehr invented in 1968 provided a financial boost as he amassed a collection of what at one time was 226 cars and a whole lot of parts. Up until then, he ran a filling station and would spot the cars in town he liked, eventually buying them off his customers.

Randy Lorentzen’s tale of putting Regehr’s compulsion into some semblance of order is a fascinating read published in a 2009 issue of Hot Rod magazine. He also offers details on some of the vehicles that will cross the auction block now that Bob Regehr’s gone.

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When Can Cheap Car Insurance Make You Laugh?

Cheap car insurance can make you laugh, and this article will explain how that is possible. If you spend any time in front of the television, you have most likely seen one of these advertisements. A guy who is obviously a caveman (you can tell by the hair on his knuckles and elsewhere) is in a public place, when suddenly he comes across a billboard that says, “So Easy A Caveman Could Do It…” and he gets terribly offended.

I don’t know about you, but these auto insurance ads make me laugh every time I see them, they are that good! They always made me wonder, though, if calling one of those car insurance companies is really the very best way to save the most amount of money possible on your automobile coverage premiums. I decided to look into it and find out.

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