By Rob Carson

The News Tribune

After casino tycoon Bill Harrah died, most of the cars in his legendary collection went cruising off to all corners of the Earth.

That worried Harold LeMay.

LeMay, a self-made Pierce County millionaire who made his fortune in refuse collection and real estate, had assembled what the “Guinness Book of World Records” certified as the world’s largest private automotive collection – eventually growing to some 3,000 cars, trucks and motorcycles.