This looks about right — the weekend's Barrett-Jackson auctions demonstrate this trend.
As always, those in the top financial tier of humanity come through just fine, while the less wealthy still slog and toil to simply maintain our one or two vintage plebeian treasures, though still grateful to have them.
One almost hopes for a market "bubble", the bursting of which might restore some equity. Next; more affordable housing, and banks paying depositors fair interest rates. "And then, I woke up."