...about Us old men and these old cars... While I was walking through Hershey a few weeks ago with my brother and nephew, I noticed the prices were high and most of the vendors, as were many of the shoppers were were around my age, 57, some older... some younger..., I think I represented the average for the most part. What struck me was, in ten years what is going to happen to all this stuff? ... the high prices have kept the younger crowd from entering the hobby. A lot of us old duffahs can now afford the hobby and I think that is keeping prices relatively high (along with scarcity of course)... so as my nephew talked about the expense of joining his dad and me in the hobby, I told him to wait ten years, the prices will come down as us old guys die off or liquidate cars and parts. ( I'm still trying to get over the $125 poor repro and pitted model A Quail rad caps)... Every event I go to you see the same gray haired guys in their lawnchairs, they drive in, sitdown, and leave in an hour or two. And when clubs take their cars to nursing homes so the patients can reflect on the past, it's easy to see that some of the car guys are just a few years away from being a patient. Younger guys have been effectively shut out, but maybe they will get in it as the "stuff" becomes more available... ..I just hope that when this tide turns that some young guys will once again be interested in hot rods, and not just Supras and Civics.. Hot Rods are a part of America, like applepie, baseball and the Beach Boys.