I'm beginning to feel I'm the only guy in the world that does this so I figured I'd drop a line and here and see if anyone else does this. #1. Does anyone here actually drive a vintage/antique car as a daily driver? And I don't mean to and from the supermarket on a sunny Saturday, I mean every morning 15 or more miles to work every single day. To job interviews, on road trips, to get beer, to bars, etc. And by vintage I'm thinking circle headlights, steal chrome bumpers, carbureted stuff. 70's or earlier would suffice. #2. To narrow it down, does anyone drive a vintage/antique car as daily winter beater in the northern states/Canada? I'm living north of Detroit and I drive (in the non snowing months) a '66 Charger every stinking day. When I go to visit my family in Florida, I fill it up and hit the road. It's made the trip 5 times, completed power tour, and many many other trips break down free every time. 3 out of the 5 work days I make a 170 mile round trip commute to Ohio and back. Honestly, besides running out of gas once because the fuel gauge is so wack, that the only the real issue I've had. I'm running a 360 with an Edelbrock and electronic ignition and an A-833 O/D trans, factory manual drum brake, factory rear gear and axles, 15 inch rims, factory suspension except front swap bar. In the winter months I use an ugly old '75 Dart Sedan I picked up for $500. 225/6, 904, with a set of snow rollers. The car starts and does the 170 mile trek fine, even with the 16.5" of snow we had this year, and the -12 degree cold last year. This car is 40 years old now! I got passed today by a guy rolling in a '73 Firebird with FACTORY PAINT! and patina and thought how crazy he was to sacrifice such a nice solid car. That got me wondering: How my people drive these old cars like this? And what are they driving?