140 Cars Owned by Bounce House Creator to be Auctioned Published on October 14, 2020 in Classic Cars by Guillaume Rivard Photo: Photo: VanDerBrink Auctions You’ve probably never heard of Bob Regehr, but he’s the man who invented the first bounce houses in the late 1960s. Having made a fortune with this type of amusement, he invested in his passion for cars and amassed quite a collection during his life. Since Regehr passed away in September of 2019, most of the vehicles he still owned—approximately 140—will go to auction on October 24 in Hutchinson, au Kansas.Also: Muscle Car Museum in Florida is Auctioning Off its Huge CollectionAlso: Watch: Secret Collection of American Classics Headed to Auction The list includes nearly two dozen 1932 Ford models (including a few hot rods) and several Mustangs, but also Lincolns, Pontiacs, Chevys and many more. There are no super-exotic or museum-worthy cars given their current condition, expect maybe his 1979 Ferrari 308 GTS. A number of farm tractors and motorcycles are also part of the collection. We put over 30 models in the photo gallery above. Enjoy!