As much as I hate to see this vintage stuff burnt to a crisp, I'm also happy at the same time. We've tried to buy numerous things from this guy over the years, but he either won't sell, or wants some stupidly astronomical price. His prices were usually 3-4 time the actual value of the piece. So I'm somewhat pleased to see his precious hoard burn to the ground.
Could have been a great asset to the MC community, had it been run by someone that wasn't so bizarre and had some sense of realistic business model. I think he never really wanted to sell anything, but was rather a genuine hoarder that needed some psychiatric help. So it's probably for the best that the fire forced him to clean house.