Many of the same guys that are paying 100k for a muscle car probably had one in high school or college etc. and moved on to family sedans then as they got older went back to the cars of their youth. I had BJ on the other day when my dad was over and he not being a car guy was shellshocked at some of the prices and had stories of how he'd bought some of the same cars for a few hundred dollars back in the sixties and seventies. Many cheap cars were once loved by past generations and still cheap..that's true. I'm saying that this car because of it's use in the drifting community has become a darling of the younger guys and of modifiers and tuners etc. So not only is it loved by a generation but it's still used for competitive racing and customizing and that bodes well for it's chances of becoming a collectable and rising in value. It's not just a dream car on a poster hanging on your wall. There is a customizing garage i drive past frequently and i always see 240's with a carbon fiber hoods and other mods sitting out front or on a lift. Not so much making the case that the car is gonna rise in value to $100k but i do think it will be a future collectable car.