This may be sort of like trying to be answer the age old “what is the meaning of life?” but it’s something I wanted to put to the good folks here. So here’s my question: “ Who do you see owning iHs in the next 20ish years and how are they going to be introduced to them” this question really came to my mind recently as I’m the only one of my group of friends to own a IH of any kind. We have a joke that the only people that are into binders are either old enough have fought in the American Civil War, or are hipsters with tech jobs who couldn’t fix a ham sandwich and are driving Scouts because early Broncos aren’t obscured enough lol. ( no disrespect to any vets here. Seriously) To give some backstory, i’m in my early to mid 20s and I’ve always been around and worked on cars trucks and heavy equipment. It’s not what I do for a living, but I love wrenching on just about everything. I had always known Scouts/ international’s existed, but only really got bitten by the bug when my dad gave me his 73 Scout ii that had been sitting in a field behind our house for about 20 years. It’s currently halfway restored and is slowly becoming my daily driver as I bring it back to its former glory. I love it’s quirks, simple agricultural approach to functionality and the fact that’s not part of the big three.