As many of you have likely seen too, the restored model t's and a's (as well as any early restored cars) have fallen off in popularity as the people building and buying them are dying off. Restored 40's and 50's cars are likely more popular now due to the age of people buying or building. My question is this.... does it seem that people are buying what they grew up with? Where do you see the restored collector market headed. I personally don't care regarding values as I just love cars/trucks, but it is sad the interest might be slowing. I would never have thought that mid 70's stuff would be wanted but it is becoming more collectible. I'm 48 years old and have been a diehard car nut my entire life, I really like cars from all generations and like restored and hot rodded and customs too. Each one has their own appeal. Before I get told this is a traditional hot rod and custom site, I'm well aware of that and I love pre war and post war hot rods more than anything. I'll add that the trend of buying/building what you grew up with (hot rod related) seems to be reality too.