Not much. None, really. Well, total dollars paid, but all look alike.
“A few years back, I attended a wedding where the bride and groom ordered an antique car to leave for their honeymoon. It was a Studebaker, a 1940 Commander convertible. This car was still fabulous, after all these years. We stood in a parking lot packed with new models. No one cared about them. We were all obsessing about this old Studebaker. It is rightly named: It commands attention. The shape makes it a work of art. The hood looks like nothing made today. The red leather interior is luxurious.
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Yes, you would buy a 1930s-style car, but the only way to get one is to buy a real one.
Box cars are the fault of government regulators. Gas mileage, pedestrian safety, passenger safety, driver safety -- Every government regulatory agency that can get into changing cars and trucks and highways has done so. We wound up with your car, my car, who knows?
But what about pistols and Interstate highway exits? All pistols look alike. A Glock looks like a Beretta looks like a Smith & Wesson. And, whatever exit you take from an interstate, the intersections all look the same – convenience stores, car washes, fast food places called “restaurants.”
Soon governments will decide what we all should look like.