I love classic car lines and shapes, and am appreciative of the new updates on these classics (new Mustang, new Camaro, new Challenger, etc. -- I'm holding out for the retro Gran Torino, lol) I hope they sell like hotcakes, so they stay alive. For me, though, I need an SUV for numerous reasons, so I'm not able to buy a retro sedan/coupe. But another thing that has held me back (especially on the Chrysler products) has been quality concerns. I've known far too many Chrysler owners who have had to have complete tranny or engine rebuilds before 100K miles. What if somehow (fill in imaginary scenario here) Honda or Toyota or somebody like that produced a classic design/classic plated car. Let's say Honda bought Chrysler, and made a high quality Challenger. Same body, but Honda-level interiors and quality. Would you be more inclined to try one of these new/retro cars? What if it was the Honda Mustang? or Toyota Camaro? Of course, there's also some nationalism that could creep in here -- seeing them as American cars, etc. Let's assume that they are principally built in the US, like the Accords and Camrys. I used to own Accords before I had to move to an SUV. That was in the 90s. I think if I could drive a sedan, I'd feel much better off with Honda quality behind it. This is just a random discussion question. No meaning behind it, other than a slow day at work. Also, I saw LittleMT's pics of her Camaro, and I thought "gorgeous car, but I'd never own one" so I asked myself why not. I think my perception of GM quality is one issue.