Re: The Corona Correction???
In my opinion this will drastically affect the industry and here's why:
First of all there are a lot of people currently out of work, or working from home, or worried about what the future will bring who will simply not be looking to spend money on a classic car.
I'm sure that some people will panic and potentially look to sell their classic car to free up some cash, but they are either going to have a limited buyer's base or they will simply find that people have less money to spend.
As for car shows/cruise nights....well that season which is almost upon us is in dire straights. I'm in PA where the governor issued a state at home order for the next 2 weeks. The month of April in PA is always a question mark. We could have 70 and sunny or 6"of snow, so nobody really worries about missing a cruise or a show in April.....but May is when things really kick off and then the season runs until say late September when people start shutting their cars down for the season.
If this nonsense drags into May, it cold really affect attendance at local cruises or shows. I'm not so worried about the shows as I'm more of a cruise night guy. But right now things look really crappy.
67 Chevelle SS 138 VIN
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