Some of the best cars in the world aren’t (or weren’t) sold in the U.S. The Ford Focus RS. The Skyline R34 GT-R. The Audi RS 6 Avant. There are many more.

But you can get some of the cars you want here, even if they were never officially certified for sale here—as long  they’re 25 years old or older, as part of the “Show and Display” exemption from the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS).

You can change that. You can get cool cars into the U.S.—and into your driveway—earlier. Maybe. If you join forces with Petrolicious and sign this petition.

As the cinematic gearheads at Petrolicious put it, “So join me, friends in signing this petition, and pass it on to your friends, and so on and so forth, and let us reminisce the eloquent words of William “Braveheart” Wallace: ‘…And dying in your bed many years from now, with your stack of well read auto periodicals knee deep, would you be willing to trade all the domestically produced Camrys, Accords, and Fusions from this day to that for one chance, just one chance, to come back here as young men and tell our government that they may take our non-conforming imports but they will never take our freedom!’”

Visit Petrolicious to sign the petition and add your voice to those calling for the freedom to buy the cool cars you want within their realistic lifespans. I did.