Back to the future? – Hong Kong architect Ian Foster has harbored a lifelong passion for classic cars and motorcycles. Over the course of 25 years he has acquired a collection big enough to create a museum in his native Northern Ireland. This picture shows his favorite possession - a 1981 DeLorean.
Relics of times past – Foster's collection also features this 1959 Austin A55, which used to be a car of choice for Hong Kong taxis in the 1950s.
Showstopping collection – This Mercedes from 1985 is just one of 40 classic cars and 130 classic motorcycles Foster acquired over the course of 25 years.
Rare treasures – Foster, shown here, says that classic cars appreciate in value as many of the old models become scarcer.
Polished to perfection – He heavily invests in the maintenance of his cars, such as this deep red Jaguar from the 1970s which is currently being repaired.