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10,000 years is not to be taken literally.

It illustrates the logical refutation of facile assertions that "these items can only rise in value because of low production numbers and practical utility".

No. In our lifetimes, we've already seen demand decline for the model T, the '32 Ford, the '57 Chevy T,... and the latest segment, the 60s muscle car, as the cruise night cohort slowly migrates to nursing homes.

Slowly, and within your lifetime, you will see demand diminish as generations die off. For the slow to understand, I used 10,000 years to emphasize the point. Demand will go down, not up, if you look at the right scale.

Eventually... You won't be able to give your "57 Chevy" away. Drive on!
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