I definitely agree with you. I don’t know how someone could buy this car and not drive it. It is like those people who buy a toy and keep it in the box so it doesn’t lose value lol.You have to be logical, there are not many options.
Either you buy a 2nd car to be in your living room and the other to drive.
Can't buy a another car, you can leave it in the garage forever and dry rot.
If you have the need to drive, you can be like some Corvette owners and take it out only once a year and leave a 500 meter gap between the car in front of you, drive only on the streets at low speed, never drive on the highway. Then you can spend money to fix the scrapes and park it for the next 364 days.
Me I won't be able to afford 2 identical H and my pride and joy is to drive, the engine sound, taking corners fast, doing road trips every weekend, car spotting in the evenings, die cast hunting, getting thumbs up, kids pointing at the car etc. so I have no choice but to drive it. I take care of my car as much as I can but I can't control all road hazards. I see many cars with pristine front bumpers but mine is now riddled with rock chips, the splitter scraped, I busted 2 front tires on 2 different occasion from pot holes this summer but man do I ever have fun now in my life. Gradually the more chips and scrapes you learn to accept it.
Staying at home having a garage queen would erode my sanity from my work. I need to get out and not think of that stuff.