That's great. I think the motoring public is starved for style, even the non-car people who don't really think about it. When even a humble old Plymouth can grab people's attention because it's so different from what they're used to seeing. And they view it as special just because of that. When people look with interest, and not even because a car looks expensive. I like that.Even my poor unrestored 68 Plymouth Fury gets all kinds of thumbs up wherever I go with it.