Originally Posted by Northern Spy
When I think more about it, I would say there is probably nothing that I dislike about them, more that I just don't like them.
If form follows function, then the function of a Huckins is to be seen on a Huckins. They don't seem to do anything else rather well. The remind me of a Rolls Royce Corniche convertible. Certainly they are both high quality, handmade items, but even if I had the means, I wouldn't be inclined to own such an object as their function has no purpose to me.
I just don't see them either attractive or admirable, that's all.
You have to own them or work on them for few years to understand the "Value"
The RR corniche was not a Ferrari was just an hand made custom car, with seats for 5, elegant to go to the restaurant or... Mine was a 1986, paid $52k in 1993 sold it on 2003 for the same amount, after several Mercedes, Porsches, corvettes, I will go back soon to a RR corniche.
Huckins is the same, some of them are elegant and some of them are just plain ugly but...but be careful Huckins is contagious.