Yeah, some of us are aware that those hot rodders are the Devil incarnate.....right?
Just think of it this way Gus, every one that gets disemboweled
and chopped simply makes our original one worth that much more.
In my lifetime I've seen it happen to the model T's, then the
A's then it was the deuce and 34's. An original 39 or
40 Ford can command big bucks today as can any of the old
Back when I was a teen all of that stuff was to be had for
scrap or a few hundred bucks if it was cherry. And it's not
just the ever so popular Ford, it's gone the same direction
with all the other makes and models.
In the last 10-15 years the Chevy AD has taken over as one of
the most affordable popular vehicles and it will have it's
run also, then the original ones that are left will become precious
iron. I'd venture a guess judging from what I see at car
shows, that right now about 80% or more go through some sort
of major modification that is irreversible.
Last edited by Denny Graham; Tue May 19 2015 08:02 PM.