What do you mean "VINTAGE"? 30 years old? 50 years old? 100 years old? Your list is really pretty silly for 100 year old vehicles. My cars are stock with a few undetectable "modern" upgrades and period correct aftermarket improvements. We drive them because they are OLD. These antiques are rolling way-back machines. A lot of us like them that way. If you want fuel injection, hydraulic brakes and an electronic ignition, get a newer vehicle or upgrade your hot rod. I'm not sure what audience this article was for, but it sure wasn't for me.
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