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A little off topic, but following the debate above about Pinto as classic...yes or no...I live in Hollywood and work in the film business. My friends and employees drive Porshe's, BMW's and other expensive cars. When they see the Pinto Runabout, they get a huge smile on their faces. Everyone has a memory to share about a Pinto in their family. Seeing a Pinto makes them happy. Isn't that what life is about? It's called "follow your heart". Collectively, we all do this because it brings us joy, mostly I'm guessing, because hearing a Pinto start up, shifting the gears, and "participating" in driving, rather than having 100 mini-computers do it for you is FUN.Is the Pinto a classic? In my mind, yes. I believe values will go up. If they don't, I'm left with the joy I've experienced on this board and driving my Pony.No regrets! Isn't that what life is about?