Well, if the times are a changin', I won't be changin' with it. I too, do not care for the late model stuff than most anyone can buy by just signing a note. I appreciate seeing cars and trucks that people drive and have built. I always thought the '72 cut off was acceptable but, having all the late model stuff there Sunday was disappointing to me too. If I would have known about that change, I would not have gone. In the future, will avoid Sundays at GG if they allow any year in. I am just not into late model cars at all. I have never owned anything newer than about 1981 and probably never will. I had the exact same feelings when I attended a Good Guys show at Bakersfield several years back when I found more than a few PT cruisers parked with hot rods. PT cruisers? my gosh, what is next? This is a 'vintage' car show?? That is just not right. Vintage stuff deserves to be at its own shows. It is nice that Detroit is building fast and great handling cars but, they are not in the same league as someone who has built their own ride.