Is it time to put a fork in it
***Absolutely NO disrespect meant to the OP, bunghole.***
No. Not at all. It'll never be time.
Here's my take.
If the culture and this site isn't kept alive by those who have a strong interest in the xB1, it will fade into obscurity.
I have an '84 Monte Carlo SS and my favorite site is way less active than it was 15 years ago when I first joined.
A core group of guys keep the site active and educate newcomers, which is awesome since the last *real* Monte Carlo SS was made in 1988.
I have a '68 Corvette, too. The sites are very active and the information is vast.
The entertaining part is watching the purist argue with the guys (me) who believe factory stock is for Nancys.
I bought my daughter '05 TCM (167K miles, auto) a few months ago.
This site is my primary source of info to keep it dependable, reliable, and plan out our custom mods.
I'll help keep the fire burning,