The tightly packed rows of vehicles at Marshall Goldman Motor Sales are unlike what you'd find at practically any other used-car store.
Ferraris and Porsches are as common here as Fords and Toyotas are on a typical lot. There are Bentleys, Aston Martins, Lamborghinis and Maseratis, many with only a few thousand miles on the odometer. The cheapest Chevrolet, a 5-year-old Corvette ZR1, is listed for $74,000.
All of the cars are kept inside a massive showroom, safe from unpredictable Midwestern weather and would-be thieves. Drivers passing by might not even notice they're there.
"With these types of cars, you can't leave them outside," said Harlan Goldman, whose father, Marshall, started the business in 1978. "You can't go anywhere in the country and see this selection, all under one roof."
Tucked away near a freeway exit ramp in a working-class suburb southeast of Cleveland, the store attracts customers from all over the country and many corners of the world. It sells 50 to 80 cars a month, mostly for $125,000 and up.
About 125 to 180 cars are in inventory at any given time; the store owns them all outright, Goldman said.