Fall is a great time around here for car shows. A beautiful, sunny afternoon and dozens of shiny old cars to explore. My favorite class are the '50&60's American and British cars. Most car shows today have a fair sized contingent of much newer American cars. These of course are mostly displayed by younger enthusiasts. Even if I don't share their enthusiasm for that genre I appreciate the work and money they put into their cars. These cars will endure and maybe with luck someday become antiques too.
An observation from speaking to many of the older exhibitors about their vehicles; Most wonder what will happen to the real antiques once the owners get too old to travel to shows. Their heirs might have little interest in these cars. There can't be enough auto museums to house them all.