if prices can keep going up so i can eventually be unburied on all these auction cars my used car manager paid all the money for that would be great. only time since i started in the biz i've been in cars better as they get agedIf it's a strain to own it, then sell it--they aren't investments as drivers anyway..
If you have no strain finacially then keep it, get it out occasionally and drive the living daylights out of it.. I have had almost every significant muscle car made and given the choice of the getting money back or the keeping memories, I'll take the memories. As for current market conditions it will stay with us for some time--values are not going to plunge because the parts shortages combined with inflationary trends and historicallly low interest rates, the prices will remain very high. I am in the business at a high level and live and die by my forecasts--prices will remain stout.
It's an experience and a luxury to own and drive these units--we are fortunate to live in this time and with these opportunities. We all respect your decision either way--and good luck.