Anyone can go out and purchase an old car, but it’s more about what you do with that old car after the purchase that really counts. Older cars are easy on the eyes, they have personality and a soul that newer cars can’t match. They’re machines, not computers and because of this we have the ability to tinker and develop a relationship with them. Take this Porsche 356 Cabriolet owned by Ken Sirlin. Since purchasing the car in 1985, Ken has not only driven it countless miles, but actually ran in the Liege Rome Liege vintage car rally, one of the most prestigious events in Europe. So, like I said, it’s not just about owning the car, but about what you do with it that really makes it count.