Ten Commandments For The Car Collector:

Written by Donald Peterson for the Feb. 1979 issue of Car Collector Magazine.

1) Thou shalt not read thy Hemmings on company time, lest thy employer make it impossible to continue thy car payments.
2) Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's car nor his garage, nor his battery charger.
3) Thou shalt not store thy car out-of-doors except for the wife's Toyota.
4) Thou shalt not deceive thy wife into thinking that thee is taking her for a romantic Sunday drive when indeed thou art going out to look at another car.
5) Thou shalt not love thy cars more than thy wife and children.
6) Thou shalt not despise thy neighbor's Edsel, nor his DeSoto, nor even his '47 Plymouth.
7) Thou shalt not tell thy spouse the entire cost of thy latest restoration, at least not all at the same time.
8) Thou shalt not promise thy wife a new addition for the house and then use it to store cars.
9) Thou shalt not allow thy sons and daughters to get married during the car show season.
10) Thou shalt not buy thy wife a floor jack for Christmas.