First off, I know that traditional cars we build and love on here have always have and always will have a following from a certain group of die hards. I think most will agree they gained a lot of popularity a few years ago (10 maybe?) and shows, publications, even the Hamb showed this, the became all of a sudden the hot ticket to build, a fad you might say. Around here it seemed we had a bunch of young guys (under 30) all of a sudden wanting to build one, unfortunately it seemed most were confused between "traditional" and "RR" but that is besides the point. The point is it seems they all for the most part has disappeared. I'm getting ready to move/ downsize the shop and like most good hoarders I need to get rid of some of my stash. I have Craigslist ads, did a swap meet and no one it seems are interested now in flat head stuff, early axles and bones, heck, I can't even get rid of a nice DeSoto hemi I have. 5/6 years ago this stuff would sell like crazy. Part of it I'm sure is these young guys found out it's not as easy as they thought, lot's of still born projects around, only a few actually built something but with no one to play with ( half a dozen "hot rod" clubs popped up, gone now) they have lost interest as well. So, just curious, is it just here or is it the same everywhere? All good in my book, I got into it in the early 90's, built a flat head A then when no one else was doing it, I'll still be doing the old stuff till I die I reckon, nothing wrong with the fad chaser posers all going away.