I will turn 58 in a couple of weeks. When I was in high school 40 years ago (in Tulsa, OK), very few people I knew were into hot rods and customs. Most were into Camaros and Mustangs, Roadrunners and Super Bees, SS Chevelles and GTOs. Back then, most hot rodders were in their 30s and older. I wanted a '34 Ford 5 window coupe. I ended up building a chopped, channeled, fenderless Model A coupe because not many wanted a Model A back then, and I could afford to do it. I would have bought a '34 if I had the money, but even then, they were out of my price range. I also wanted a '56 Nomad, but most nice ones at the time were around the astronomical sum of $1200! I see more young people into traditional hot rods and customs now than I ever did 40 years ago when I was one of the young ones. I think the only thing holding more back is the cost of HAMB-friendly vehicles. I never cease to get a crowd of younger people asking about my cars whenever I drive them somewhere. And I am also amazed at the number of young people who are (1) true to tradition and (2) are able to build some great cars out of parts most of us would have thrown away years ago. I just shake my head in wonder. It is so much fun to go to events and talk to young people (or younger than me, anyway!) about traditional hot rods and customs. They get it. And they will pass the torch. We just need to keep spreadin' the hot rod and custom gospel to hoodlums worldwide!