As neat as these car are, for most people there is no real practical purpose for them, other than to say, "Look what I have." In a few months you run out of new people to show off your acquisition, and the glimmer of what was begins to fade. IF you have a purpose in mind for these cars, for example driving them in a historic race, where only period cars were allowed, then that might be fun. But for the most part they belong in a Museum, not someone's personal collection. Jay Leno might disagree, but it seems he will drive most of his cars... Right now I have 4 cars I only occasionally drive, and then I will be inheriting another two. My cars are licensed road cars, but honestly it has become almost impossible to enjoy with China/Covid. Therefore other than putting them up on a perch, I am not sure to do with what I have. It is hard to part with them because each of them have their own quirks which makes them enjoyable to drive.