I've had a car for sale going into the second year, under twenty grand, finished but for paint, properly titled and so far, proven. Really good little car, now, understand that I'm not complaining and really don't care if I sell this car, I love driving it, built it because I remembered my first roadster as nothing but fun, but I have noticed the increasing amount of unsold cars on some sites. I know price figures into a sale, but a guy only wants to drop so low and not give a car away, I could sell if I slashed the price, but selling is not the issue, just that I have noticed the market seems dead at least around these parts, wondering if this reflects a change to the muscle car-restomod market, which seems to me to be where it's at these days. Are traditional cars bigger sellers than newer style hot rods? Is the custom car market surging? I see some really nice customs not selling either, and I wonder if the market is flooded, or has Barret Jackson type sales figures scared the shit out of buyers. I think the hot rod market has fulfilled my wildest expectations as the hobby has grown to the point that we're building cars we wouldn't have touched years ago, like ad series gm pickups, or early pre 55 chev cars, once thought to be too much work to fix up. 4 door sedans come to mind, us older guys never thought of a four door as hot rod material, something totally accepted now. What are your thoughts? Here's the car I refer to, NO, it's not here to sell, just to illustrate the point that even a starter car is difficult to sell.