so, what you are trying to say is... when i lose my marbles due to age. i will buy a poorly built, overly expensive car because the other gents in the bingo hall have one?
you really have no idea what a "Tuner" is. real tuners invest their money, their effort, and their dreams into their cars. no fart cans, no zip ties, no gimmicks. just for the pure obsession that compels them. @horndog and i could talk smack about racing eachother. but can both agree our cars make you grey haired folks reach for the slow mo button.
Sorry, I'm not quite sure what your first sentence is in reference to, or what you are trying to interpret.
If your statement about losing marbles due to age is in reference to my friend, who has worked on Ferraris for 40 years purchasing a Cadillac CTV-S, I was simply telling Ramuman about a friend who surprised me by purchasing one. The guy is really enjoying it. That friend hasn't gotten rid of his 3 Ferraris, Audi S5, 1970's MB 280SL, or other vintage classics he owns. You can make fun of his age, but he has far more experience driving on race tracks and the street, and working on racing cars and street cars than you have.
I can certainly appreciate people enjoying cars and investing their money to build their dream cars, or restore their dream cars. I just am not impressed with or interested in Tuner cars. As for you talking smack about racing, what can I say, I've never dreamed of having the fastest tuner Accord, in the hopes of being in the next installment of The Fast & the Furious. But feel free to pursue your dreams.