Someone out there will always own something I cannot afford, but it's not a crime, and there's nothing in the Bill of Wants that guarantees me a pair of shoes, much less a collector car. Should the value of cars be based on the prospective buyer's income, because the present system is "regressive"? When I moved out of my parents' house at 18, my net worth was probably under $1000, but I was free to improve on that. I had plenty of chances to become wealthy, but I had a great time outrunning all of them. I was unbelievably blessed to have been born in a land where I could work and keep at least more than ½ of my paycheck. Life is good, and I envy no other honest man..
So, if we all have one, and then drive them daily like they were Smart Cars until they were used up, crashed or rusted out, should our kids then complain that the remaining few are worth too much to afford? I truly don't understand why so many people can't abide the open market. Maybe Biden DID win the election... 😉