First, catalog the stuff and get some unbiased opinions on the values. While anything is only worth what a buyer will pay, you can search RCU and see what similar items sold for. Then consider a package deal, see if someone will buy the entire lot, there are folks who do, or may combine with others to do so. Get a feeling for the family's desires, income? See it get completed used? Just gone!
With estate selling, Beware being cherry picked, you want to sell it all, and part of that is not having anything left! Worst case you can take remnants to a local club with a "free sign" on the last boxes of misc hardware, but it would be better if it all went. Often guys who buy estate stuff cherry pick and that might leave you holding a lot of stuff you have to deal with and get low price for it. If its a package deal then it all goes and the odds and ends are part of the price and if you want the Corsairs, you take the boxes of old wheels too!
Another option is taking as much as you can to a local swap shop.
Just my thoughts, I'm sure others will have better ideas.