Every now and then, we go back to the older, classic, vintage version of things. Some do this because they think these older things are simply better than the newer ones. Some, on the other hand, just need a rewind button to go back to the past in light of everything that’s going on in the present. This applies to almost everything we know - fashion and clothing, art, books, strategies at work, home decoration and even medicine and health care. One thing that’ll stick around for sure, though, is the industry of vintage cars.
If you don’t believe it, then see if your auto restoration guys will vouch for that bet. I’m sure they’re thankful for this heightened interest because it keeps business coming in. We have lots of luxury cars these days, but for some reason (think: elegance and beauty) a lot of motorists prefer older models. There is just something about classic cars that says so much more than their newer counterparts. This is why, after all these decades, we still see the oldest Chevys and Jaguars still driving on the road every now and then. In some areas, this is commonplace. There are just so many people who like restored classics so much more than our newer, more modern-day cars.