and the thread:
A word of warning, Redditors can be crude, rude and speak from the gut. They can also be some of the kindest on the planet. If you feel you might get offended about being teased or misrepresented, don't follow the link, just enjoy the nice photo someone took. That said, most of the comments are positive, or about the lawn...
I like this comment, well, besides both cars :-)
"not a huge market for those kind of cars anymore. You got to remember, car collections change as new generations get old and old generations die. We want to collect the things we remember fondly from our childhoods"
I know that describes me. I have fond memories of loving antique cars, even as a child back in the 60's and 70's.
I don't get much kick out of driving forties cars like I did when I was a kid.
I like teens, twenties and stuff newer than 2000 except I also like sixties and on sports cars.