That's nothing new. When I lived in Reynoldsburg we hosted Mopar Nationals and it was the same way. Every year people got arrested for public intoxication and the cops Caprices got egged. I watched a program on speed and it said more classic Mopar is registered in the Middle East-Saudi Arabia, Yemen, etc than here in the US. Truth is too many "collectors" have old Mopars in shops and museums than are on the road nowadays. And when you think that Chargers, Challengers and Cuda's were killed in the mid-70's, there's very few "car guys" that own them and a whole lot of ****-retentive "collectors" that are grabbing them up, it's bound to happen. I couldn't pay $20k for a car that I was going to drive 3 or 4 times a year and that's about the cheapest you can get a classic Mopar for now. I still love 'em, but I'm not going to drive 2000 miles to see fewer and fewer cars-especially when I know my chances of owning one is slim at best.