I have no idea what got me going into this, but here I go... I woke up this morning at 4:30 am and immediately started pondering about the Kevin Hart - Paul Walker tragedies. I mean, I would never say to my very best friend, "Sure! You can drive my 600 hp classic investment!" I mean, face it, some people don't have enough brain cells to know where and when, while others really need to stay behind the wheel of their Honda, Fit (Yuck!). Ok! That being said... With the good Lord's grace, I probability have 10 to 15 good years left before I will be unable to push in the clutch and shift to second. Giving it up and not by choice I might say, but for the safety of others on the road. I have also decided, to leave our property (structures and all) to our grand-daughters. The investment would be enough for both to purchase, or help purchase, property of their own at a locations of their own choosing. However, in thinking about my rides (show cars) they, or anyone within my family (son-in-law included), will not inherit what I call semi-soluble investments. Too much work and too much effort has been invested into these rides to think it could go soluble in less that a heartbeat. Most importantly, knowing I tried to secure their safety and well being for the rest of their natural lives. Even if by chance they can drive like Shirley Muldowney or Richard Petty (not everyone is cut out to drive according to a skill above them). So! I know there are no guarantees in life, but where do you see your main ride in 20 years? 50 years? 100 years? I would love to see mine sitting someplace secure and safe. I mean, what's the sense to spend big bucks to put together a ride or for a six figure ride to go to waste in the years ahead because it was totaled by a "friend or family member?" My thoughts! What about yours?