I'm pretty sure one of the newer ones will be no where near as collectible, it just makes it that much more attainable for me lol.
back in 71 someone was probably saying the same thing.
as long as FCA makes the barracuda what it should be then this one will be just as collectible 40 years from now as the 71 is currently. you also have to factor in the automotive landscape 40 years from now.
They gotta make it really iconic though. 40 years from now, if this comes with a v8 hopefully, everything is going to be full EV and probably even darn hover. So one of these trotting around in a v8 will probably be worth something if kept immaculate.
With all this autonomous talk and majority of vehicles being driverless, it makes cars like this something people can further appreciate since it will part of the last bit of real fun the average joe can play around with.
Oh man, with all these self-driving high tech cars out here, I appreciate seeing an old school Camaro or an old school Chevelle so much more. I'm not one of those guys that is gonna be able to adjust so easily. Granted I will, because everyone has to, but it's gonna be tough for me. I'm always gonna have an old school to hold on to though.
Trust me, newer ones will be collectible in 30 years, when new cars will be able to fly and you will be like: Mate, I've still got my hybrid car somewhere covered in dust in garage, wanna go for occasional ride? And yeah, I appreciate old school cars as well, not really "that" much into high-tech cars.