These days few people *work* on their own cars like they did yesteryear. Few children understand "Saturday in the garage with dad". Hot rods are not as common today.
This is a HUGE aspect of Americana and "the rights of passage" from father to son.
The idea of motors construction, the pistons, the crankshaft, the lifters and carburetor. The spark to fuel and air to create energy, power to transfer to the wheels. Then the beauty of chrome, and metal-flake cherry red paint.
Fewer people take a Sunday drive in the country to see and smell the trees, the panoramic views. Rivers, lakes and waterfalls.
Long road-trips have given away to time-saving flights.
To know the real life pleasures associated with the freedom and functionality of the automobile, is to better appreciate a dedicated park land area with rides and structures dedicated to them, and their ability to provide us with unparalleled pleasures.
Cars Land will be much better appreciated and visitors more enthusiastic with a better understanding of the secrets under the hood of our cars. And the connection it has between men and women, drive-in movies, kids toys and imagination, freedom of travel, and knowing how a motor splashing with oil converts gasoline, air and electricity into raw horsepower!!