I got my WTN today. It's full of fluff and not much substance as usual. The real reason I had to sit down and write this is due to the choice of the cover car photo. I have nothing at all against the owner of the red Hollywood. I'm sure he's a great guy and all. But don't we have any standards as to what is appropriate for use as a WTN cover car? We have some very nice original and accurately restored Hudsons in HET. Why not use one of them for the cover car? Is it all about the numbers game of "reaching out" to the "modified" crowd? If so, you're going to run off the people who think that Hudson did a nice job building Hudsons without some wrench jockey trying to reinvent the wheel. And then there's the case of the French Lick national meet report issue. Cover car was a Metropolitan....a badge engineered Nash... And there were some primo Hudsons at French Lick....Come on.. let's feature real Hudsons. It's not like they don't exist.