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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYPierce, Nebraska - September 27, 2013+++ SOT MOSTLY COVERED WITH VO +++1. SOUNDBITE (English) Rutledge Wood / Host of History Channel's "Top Gear": "What makes this so special is I think this is the most cars that have ever been in one place that have essentially just been tucked away kind of like in a vault, except that for most of them, the vault was a cornfield in the middle of nowhere in Nebraska. That's what makes it so wild. There's so many cars here of different makes and years with so few miles on some of them.2. Shot of Elvis impersonator greeting people3. SOUNDBITE (English) Stan Kellen / Madison, Nebraska: "well, we're just a couple old car buffs that enjoy looking at old cars. We drive a couple old cars. We just enjoy 'em.+++ SOT MOSTLY COVERED WITH VO +++4. SOUNDBITE (English) Rutledge Wood / Host of History Channel's "Top Gear": "there are so many cars here of different makes and years with so few miles on some of them. There's a '57 chevy 210 four-door with 47-thousand miles that looks like it's been through hell and back. On the inside, it's pristine. It's just - the cars that are here are so wild, I think people just wanted to show up. It's like 'Field of Dreams' for cars."STORYLINE: Bidders and car buffs from around the world are converging on the northeast Nebraska town of Pierce for a weekend auction of vintage Chevrolets, including 50 that have fewer than 20 miles on the odometer. Rutledge Wood, the host of History Channel's Top Gear program, called the rural auction site a "Field of Dreams for cars".The collection belonged to Ray Lambrecht and his wife, Mildred, who ran the Lambrecht Chevrolet Co. dealership in downtown Pierce from 1946 until their retirement in 1996.Lambrecht rarely sold cars or pickups that were more than a year old, and he used holdover models as a kind of rainy-day fund. Unlike most dealers who lowered prices to move out-of-date inventory, he assumed the older cars would appreciate over time.