Tips for future Classics
After putting my nine year old Alfa 147 back on the road after a two year lay up, I got to wondering what might happen to it in the future. I love it and have no intention of selling it, but some how I don't see it in the same light as say the old Guilia. I don't see it racing around some track in a classic saloon race. OK this is only a small part of what it means to own a classic, but which cars will be going round a track in 20 years time, which will be doing the classic tours and which will be standing in the car park?
Just as importantly, what are we going to do when all the electronics break, retro fit twin webbers?