Chill, this isn't a COVID post. I've been thinking that in my observation (which is limited) the "Hot Rod Gene", or the "Car Bug", or the "Automotive Sickness", whatever you call it, is not being passed on as much anymore. For example: My hot roddin' Grandfather had 3 sons, all 3 were/are into cars. Of those three sons, there are 6 grandchildren, and only 1 (me) has continued on with the hobby. I have 4 kids, the oldest is 9, so it may be too early to tell, but I wouldn't be surprised if none of them want to mess with cars when they are older. I'm trying to expose it to them, but sometimes kids are interested in other things, and that's OK, I'm not going to force it on them. Maybe it's the instant gratification? This hobby requires a lot of patience and perseverance. That's difficult with the younger ones today. (For reference I'm 43) I don't know... just some musings on a Saturday morning. How has the "bug" carried on in your family, or is it almost extinct?