10 all running, 7 road registered, 3 race ready. Race cars, first from 1973, one from 1982, most recent 1992. Road registered Renaults are 1959 Floride, 68 Alconi and 68 R8G. I built or rebuilt all of them, not retired and work full time, not as a mechanic.
Everyday drive is either BMW or Merc.
I have 10 cars and 10 bikes. 8 cars and 2 bikes registered, with another car complete in good condition but not registered. Currently my Renault 4CV is half way through a repaint/refurbish and is in pieces, and I have a second BMW 2002 that needs a full makeover that is probably 3 years away. Most of the bikes could be sorted with less than a weeks work each, but time escapes me. I also have a 120 year old house that needs constant input.
Everyday drive is a Renault RS265, but mostly I ride/commute on a Suzuki SV650S. I will continue to work full time on shift for another 3 years as an electrician. Hopefully then more machines will get sorted.
The biggest hassle is finding an undercover place for the older machines, with a number living away from home. It looks like I will be putting in a second hoist just to get another parking spot, but this is a first world problem, considering how the rest of the world is mostly struggling with Covid.
Cars, 1971 Citroen D Special, 1957 Studebaker Commander, 1966 Mustang, 1965 F250 truck, 1971 F100 ambulance, 1973 1000 Mini, 1975 1275 Mini, 1968 Reliant Regal, 2 x boring late model cars.
Bike's, 1924 Douglas 2 3/4, 1971 Harley Servicar, 1971 Triumph Daytona, 1973 Kawasaki G5, 1980 Kawasaki KH100, 2006 Triumph Rocket 3.
All drivable/rideable, 11 are registered, (thank goodness for club rego)!
Sold two cars and three bike's in the past few months and only bought one car, does that mean I'm on the road to recovery? Rob.