When I discovered this place years ago, I read the guidelines and then lurked for a year before signing up. I knew from the get go that this wasn't the place to discuss any of the off topic vehicles that grace or haunt my driveway. You would think that it is common sense to see what is kosher and what is not. But sadly, too many folks either don't read or just figure they will just barge in and be welcomed with open arms. And they usually get what is coming to them. I am on a few other forums for OT stuff, but none of them have the vibe that the HAMB puts out. It feels like home here. So I hang out and bask in the traditional goodness and light that is the HAMB. That's how you get a HAMBer tan. So Ryan, Thank you for keeping it as it was and as it is, true to your vision and passion.