Yeah im gonna be a dick here.....
90s anything i wouldnt really say is JNC.. does that mean a 95 civic is a JNC?
I'm not saying is
, I'm saying will be some day
, far from now. At least 8-10 years from now I'd bet.
There are plenty of mid 80s cars at JCCS that garner a lot of attention. The first time I went (7 years ago) no one would have stopped and admired an '86 Corolla GT-S. Now they are a big draw. A lot of it is rarity. 90% of these cars are long gone by the time they are 25 years old. So it's hard to look at something mid-90s now, when there are tons of them out there, and they are just "cars", and see that 10-15 years from now there will only be a few left and they will be out of the ordinary.
To the original question, per that criteria, the Toyota truck has one big strike against it. They made millions
of them. And seemingly almost all of them are still on the road. Even when they are 20 years old they may still be a dime a dozen.
Something like an S13 240SX will be rare 5-10 years from now because they are all being destroyed right now, not unlike the AE86 Corolla. Used to be common, most got destroyed, now rare and unusual.
They probably said the exact same thing about the 72 corolla in 1985.
Yes they did. I know in the mid 90s the guys who were into classic Zs and 510/610s would turn their nose up at a 210 because it was "too new"...