His collection was incredibly diverse, from Rolls Royce to Red Express to a Brewster. His charity did things as remarkable as build homes for foster kids... when is the last time you ever heard of any one building homes for foster kids? I never have.
Yes, I'm very aware of the religious and marriage views, no I won't allow comments about them, just simply enjoying that this billionaire was a car collector and philanthropist that was VERY family first. How can anyone not respect those things? All the rest is simply argumentative as it doesn't relate at all to this post, and since the guy is dead, there ain't no point in bringing it up.
21 years behind a counter at a small diner across from a Ford manufacturing plant in Atlanta, starting after he got out of the Army after WW2, before he started more restaurants and selling franchises.
Made about 5 billion a year most recently. One word, respect.