Im older than you, so 60 and 70s is right in my wheelhouse (no pun intended).
Every time, my financial situation improves, and I think about buying me something. Dang prices go up again, and I end up sticking the money into home remodeling.
I was laughing with the wife the other day, brought my house in 92, and spent more money remodeling it and adding on to it, then the purchase price.
That's way too depressing. First, it's almost all 1960s and 1970s muscle cars. I know, I own a '63 Vette, but I'm not a muscle car guy. Plus, about once every episode of Barrett Jackson they have a numbers-matching '63 split window that goes for $150k or more, and it just reminds me that I can't sell mine and I don't have the time or money to restore it.