You can still find a lot of old cars, and they’re all good for a laugh.
But it’s the new cars that are really taking over the hobby and are changing the hobby for the worse.
Here are the top five reasons why antique car-parts sales are plummeting:1.
We’re oversuppliedThe last time antique car owners saw a drop in the number of cars they purchased was in 2005, when the number peaked at just over 6 million.
By 2016, there were just under 1.2 million.2.
The price of a new car is so lowThat’s right.
In 2016, the average car sold for $5,000 more than the previous year.
It was almost 10 times higher in 2016 than in 2014.3.
The number of people buying cars has fallenThe car industry has long struggled with the fact that people are looking for the best quality parts, and it’s a trend that has been exacerbated by a shortage of car parts in the US.
It’s also one of the reasons why many people don’t want to go to a car show.4.
The demand for cars has droppedThe demand for car parts is still very high.
But it has dropped dramatically over the last decade.
In the 1980s, car parts fetched up to $5 a piece.
Now it’s just $1.
That’s a drop of nearly 80 percent in just 10 years.5.
People are buying more of the sameThe number of new cars sold per year is down to just over 10,000.
That means the average customer is buying just a couple of new models a year.
That doesn’t bode well for the industry.
It’s clear that we are oversupplying.
There are plenty of reasons, from a shortage in quality of parts to a shift in the way Americans consume content.1.
The rise of streaming entertainmentThe rise of Internet streaming has brought a boom in car-part buying.
With more people streaming content online, it’s easy to get bored with watching a bunch of old vehicles.
It might be fun to get nostalgic, but there are plenty more cars to buy, too.2,000,000 cars sold over the past decadeAccording to industry research firm iSuppli, there are nearly 1.6 million cars that were sold over this period.
That works out to about 1.5 million cars per year.3,000 vehicles per year over the next 10 yearsThere are just over 1.4 million cars in stock on eBay.
That could easily fill a garage, and the demand for new cars is so high that the supply of them is going up.4,000 new cars per dayOver the past 10 years, there have been more than 3.2 billion new car sales, according to iSupplis data.
That amounts to about 9 million new cars each day.
That number has been climbing steadily since 2010, when it was just under 8 million per day.5,500 new cars in storageOver the next five years, the demand in storage will grow to about 5,500 cars per month.
That puts a ceiling on the number cars being sold.
It will only keep going up if demand keeps on growing.