Outside his stone museum, filled with rocks and minerals from around the world, stands
a Cobra helicopter and M60 Army tank. Where did he get the tank?
“The Army; I called them up,” says the Greek, as if this is something anyone can do. “It took five years. They give it to you for free, but you have to pay for transportation.”
You want an Army tank, or a growling 20-foot dinosaur, or a park made of truck tires, you go to the Greek.