I see a lot of cars for sale, has always been a hobby to check Craigslist, Ebay, the HAMB, and other classifieds to see what's for sale, sometimes if I run across a deal I know I can make money on I will buy the car just to flip it, may need some work, haven't done it a whole lot. Heck, some cars I bought I sold with no profit, I'm a sucker for projects, years earlier I had no garage to work on them. As I get older I'd rather swim in my pool than wrench on my ride, or take my Harley Road King for a ride. So lately my ad perusing runs across the same vehicles for sale, over time the seller drops the price, but not much, seems like a lot in the $15k to $20k range, and they're not selling, nice cars by the pictures. This may have been discussed, but what do you think of the hot rod/collector car market? Barrett Jackson made a bunch of people think they had a gold mine in their car sitting out back, it's funny when you see a rusty piece of junk for $2500. There is even a shorty 2 door 57 Chevy made from a 57 Chevy 4dr ht on my local Craigslist that some moron thinks is worth $4,000, just say no to meth! Some may be due to the newer generation that has no love for older cars, they were raised on rice burners and newer muscle machines, kind of like back in my day when muscle cars were king, and we didn't want anything older than a 55 Chevy. What's your thoughts?