I totally agree! It’s just something I noticed today. At a typical car show, I see cars from the 1950s, ’60s, ’70s and they’re owned by guys in their, well, 50s, 60s, 70s… That kind of thing seems to cause people to worry about where car enthusiasm will come from in the future, but I saw a lot of enthusiastic younger people out at So Cal Euro today. It’s just that they were enthusiastic about stanced German cars with obscenely expensive wheels rather than numbers-matching V8s and four-speeds. As for me, I’m mostly interested in the cars of my youth and in today’s exotics, but my camera definitely prefers old cars, their shapes and details.
p.s. These kids today were always very polite about trying not to interrupt my photos!

I totally agree! It’s just something I noticed today. At a typical car show, I see cars from the 1950s, ’60s, ’70s and they’re owned by guys in their, well, 50s, 60s, 70s… That kind of thing seems to cause people to worry about where car enthusiasm will come from in the future, but I saw a lot of enthusiastic younger people out at So Cal Euro today. It’s just that they were enthusiastic about stanced German cars with obscenely expensive wheels rather than numbers-matching V8s and four-speeds. As for me, I’m mostly interested in the cars of my youth and in today’s exotics, but my camera definitely prefers old cars, their shapes and details.

p.s. These kids today were always very polite about trying not to interrupt my photos!