Originally Posted by Lee Stewart
And do what with it? Put it away for what it is - an investment.
As opposed to owning and driving something totally unique.
You're right. When I got my '65 Roadster in 1992, I enjoyed the heck out of driving it. Classic car insurance is cheap(as compared to regular insurance), 0 deductible, 10 year plates/registration. It was off frame restored, ran perfect, but I became too protective of it to enjoy it anymore.
So it was sold a couple years ago. Unless I was filthy rich, I still wouldn't enjoy driving an expensive car ($100k+), on a regular basis. Just me.