The problem with these cars as collectibles is that 5-10 years after their model year , if a computer part is needed, it simply will no longer be available and most of this stuff is not restorable. This has been the case now for over 20 years on most cars. We have 3 newer Vettes in our 17 car collection , a 91,95, and 03 and all of these have computer parts that we would be hard pressed to replace or repair, if needded. The same for my former driver, a pristine 2003 Lincoln Cartier Edition Town Car with all extras including a padded roof which has been driven about 5000 miles a year and has never seen snow or road salt, but I need a back up sensor which is no longer available for this car. I’ve become disenchanted with the improbability of finding it and future needs so am looking to sell it for under $10,000 because these cars will be too hard to find parts for, although hands down they look, drive, and handle better than the new Lincolns.