Ever wonder what’s going to happen to all of these classic cars once the baby-boomer generation passes on? I do, and quite frankly it’s somewhat of a frightening thought. You see most of the motor-heads in today’s automotive circles do their wrenching with laptop computers as opposed to a toolbox. It used to be that back in the day guys would sit around their local drive-in’s on Friday and Saturday nights and bullshit about which cam they should use, or which carburetor would be the perfect fit for their engine combination. Today though times have changed, and I’m not so sure that the younger generation has any interest in our old-school classic cars. This video on Eddie’s Drive-in got me thinking about where these cars will be in 20 to 30 years, and if they’ll still have some type of following. What do you think – will they still be around or will these old relics just rot away?