Originally Posted by Reggae_Mangle
The only problem with "vintage" is that some people use that as justification to jack up the price. Vintage car, vintage guitars, vintage wine, whatever.
Prices don't go up because the seller jacks the price up.
Prices go up because there are buyers who are prepared to pay higher prices.
In the case of sought after vintage items (cars, wine, guitars, whatever) it's because the vintage version has some attribute(s) that the newly made version doesn't have.