In 1969, at 16, I had my first car. My dad was Chevy, so I was Chevy. Tha't's the way it was. It was a $100 57 2 door Chevy. All I owned were Chevys. I did get a 69 Roadrunner for $150 but sold it before I would ever drive it. As a teen, it was ALL about your car. You'd never wave to anybody in another make. Today, for me anyway, I still slightly have those thoughts but I have to change every time I take out a car. I have a 67 GTO, 61 Galaxie, and a 60 Plymouth. Honestly, the old cars are fewer and further between, so I usually wave to all. I feel it's more about surviving American steel. Are most of us that use this site, older? Are kids even into the older cars and do they understand the old allegiances?