Probably only 3 acres, but there are a few hundred parked next to one another. It's not a junkyard, just one's personal collection. The older gentleman who has them collects big block cars, and small block Hemi cars including Chrysler, Plymouth, Dodge, a few GMs, and quite a few Cadillacs. All C body Mopars, with the exception of a 64 Valiant Wagon, a 75 Duster, and a 73 ish Satellite. He also has quite a few International 1/2 tons, a 69 Dodge D200 Power Wagon, a 77 big block RamCharger, and quite a few mid 70's PowerWagon's. Any old motorhome with a big block, he grabs it. He has a lot of late 50's Mopars as well. Here's a pic of his very low mileage 57 DeSoto, 345 Hemi, factory dual quads.
Gathering up all these old Mopar's and cataloging and listing all the salvageable parts on the web could be a lucrative worldwide business for a young guy like Ross or Zac. These cars and parts will become harder to find as time goes by.
I would think that if you didn't get into it years earlier, then you wouldn't have a prayer getting into it now. Waaay less to be discover now. K-cars are the next big thing. You can't find carburetors for them.