I was recently reading in another magazine that about 60-70% of all collector cars and hot rods are owned by baby boomers. The article went on to say that most younger people don't have an interest in hot rods and old cars that's why they don't own them. What do you guys think? First off the reason why I own two rods now is because I can finally afford to own them. (And pay for gas) I have one son and two son in-laws that are all hot rod fans. So when is too young to pass the torch? Well I have to tell you that I have five grandkids and all of them love to go cruising. My granddaughters who are 3,6&8 never pass up a chance for a getting in and going. In fact they are usually chiming "Go fast Pop-Pop, Go fast" before I get on the highway. While I don't particularly care for their choice of music, we crank up the tunes and cruise with the windows down.(So don't judge when you hear Pink and Lady GAGA) So when is too young? I don't know, but if we're a dying breed I'm going to make sure my cars don't go in the scrap heap! My youngest grandson Hunter is going to know all I know about hot rods before I'm gone! Let's keep this part of our history alive!