How much is this car worth?
Many people would say that owning that car would contribute toward having an abundant lifestyle. The problem of course is that car costs a million dollars. So if you make 30 thousand dollars a year it's unlikely you could legally acquire that car.
Most people know that a VCR used to cost a 1000 dollars. Now you could get one for 5 dollars. My point is the question of abundance is one of perception. If someone were to give me 500 VCR's I would have a lot of something that most people don't use anymore.
But it goes even further than that. The only reason anything in the world has a value is because of a lack of abundance of something. Time,materials, etc.
Let's say in 20 years that technology changes and that it's possible to build a fully automated plant that is able to build Ferrari's for 2000 dollars each. So now I have the same car that I had before for 1/500th the cost.
So maybe the real answer is that everything is really worth nothing in the right situation. I can eat lobster everyday if there enough of them. I can own a 1000 foot boat if I can figure out how to build it for less of what society perceives as costly.