It will always be "your" car Tony, and it's a shame you had to part with it. I'm pleased though that it has gone to another active Rotary enthusiast so it will not disappear somewhere, never to be seen again. I look forward to seeing it again this year sometime
A final "well done" though, for creating such a unique Rotary
Agree with Casey, when you put your heart and soul in putting your stamp on a vehicle, regardless of whether you own it or not, it's still a part if you.
The disheartening aspect is when you see it years later and they undo all your efforts and you think WTF have you done???
That said, it's a very impressive looking machine, and a well suited colour, I hope the new owner gives it the care it deserves.