My biggest driving thrill is to startup my 1940 hotrod, take in the smells and sounds, and go for a drive. Cruising in that thing just brings a smile to my face. I also think that if done correctly, owning an old car doesn't have to be expensive. If you buy the best condition car you can afford, then maintain and upgrade it as needed, your costs over the long term will be no higher than if you buy a brand new model and have it depreciate just sitting in the garage. My 1940 is no show car, but 20 years from now, it will still be worth more than a 2020 SUV and the miles per smile will be far greater.
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