Originally Posted by flyboymike
1. Does anybody rock 30 year old cars in stock? Just the nature of advancing car technology makes it seem like the stock guys kind of have to buy the car du jour. What does this rule buy you? Is it just so you don't have to keep sliding obsolete cars into slower classes?
I think last year it was proposed at 25 years. That would put things like the '85 CRX, early C4's, and 944's real close.
I like the 30 year deal better, but I'm not sure if it is needed...