G bodies aren't even close to that point. 50s/60s cars yes I agree, their heyday is at the backside of its peak. But the average g body lover is 30s/40s aged. Be 25-35 years before we all die off.I think younger people DO like the G Body cars, but mot are priced out of their reality. So, as the owners gray and sell off, a "price correction" will happen. Not saying nice cars won't bring money. They just won't bring stupid money for much longer, if anymore.
Hey Ray; I think we met Wed afternoon. Sorry you had to leave but hope things have gone well for you since then. It was a very nice event!I showed up on Tuesday afternoon, yes it didn’t start until Wednesday morning. But I came knowing I was going to leave Wednesday afternoon because I was to check into the hospital Thursday morning. But I came anyhow, wanted to see my car and Richard moved it away from to shop, had Coach ( Donnie ) drive it. I had not even driven it yet.
But I came anyway. People do make time for what is important to them. As far as how much money the car would sell for after I’m gone I dont give a rats ass. It’s not about money it’s about Buick coming out with a car with a little six and still kicking ass 30 years later. You can talk about the 1960’s muscle cars there were many, I know I had one. But nothing shock the world like these Buick’s. That’s all folks.
Yes I know, I talk with him today. He wants to be damn sure he will be faster then me. Spoke very highly of you. Glad you guys got to talk. RayRay and Charles, very nice seeing and talking with you both! Ray your friend talked to me, very nice guy he seemed serious I told him I was ready LOL
Dude! I hear ya on the daycare payments. I got 2 little ones in daycare right now and the monthly bill is higher than my house payment. My funds are extremely limited so I don't really have a modification budget to speak of...rather a budget that allows me to keep a car on the road as best possible.G bodies aren't even close to that point. 50s/60s cars yes I agree, their heyday is at the backside of its peak. But the average g body lover is 30s/40s aged. Be 25-35 years before we all die off.
However. 30s/40s aged is when most of us are at our busiest/most stressful time of our lives. Either family or career or both. I'm no exception. The car I used to maintain religiously and obsess over now sits and collects a lot of dust. I keep it because the day will come when I can obsess over it again. But I'm coming up on 12 straight years of daycare payments (sometimes with two kids at once and each exceeds my house payment) and the hobbies take a back seat sometimes.
Its a wonder these events still exist at all. Think about going to a Mustang event and seeing all Popular Fox body years only! It would be a small and boring event.
ANY Mustang event u see these days pretty much includes Mustangs from 2003-2004 and 2011+. Wont see too many from 1987-93 and thats 6 years to chose from so id say these events are still doing great!