That was kind of a tongue in cheek response as this kind of thing has been said over and over again through the years as people remember their cars in the past. Will probably continue into the future as those remember their cars of the past. Not really about my car in particular.Cars from the 30s may be great, but really aren't usable on today's roads or in today's traffic. Not fast enough, don't corner well enough, not safe, don't stop well. But many are elegantly designed and extremely well made. The other thing that strikes me about cars from the 90s on is that they are almost all reliable. Cars used to break. And wear out. Even new cars. That's far less common now.