I never get tired of hearing Bob Lutz’s candid views; as always, they were great in this forum. His comparisons to horses, elevators, and the like are dead on. As for the future of classic cars, I think the room of gray hairs and no hairs tells the story. The idea of trying to pass on my generation’s passion (I am in Lutz’s age group) to young people just does not hold up to the real world test in my opinion. That is looking backwards and wishful thinking. The current generation in large numbers view cars with the same excitement that I view the newest refrigerator. When I was growing up my excitement was about what was new, rather than what was 20 or 30 years old. Today’s youth is no different. As Lutz said, where’s the excitement at the Detroit Auto Show? Its not there any longer. That’s history. It’s at the Tech Shows!