Hey, new poster here. Just got an 85 Vette, only 31,7104 original miles. Anyway everything is relativly mint about the car. I had to replace the master cylinder, but other than that everything seems to be very smooth. Today i bring the car in to get inspected and being that its older than 10 years old, New York requires the car be run on a dynomometer at 60mph for 15 minutes. Now the dyno keeps aborting the test because the car is "running hot" as the guy told me. Now he says this is very common as the car is not moving so there is no air circulation. My question is how do i get around this problem. I could understand if the car wouldnt pass inspection for mechanical/emissions related problems, but this seems to be a flaw of the NYS system that does not make it easy for older cars to pass. Regardless of the shape theyre in.