I'll be moving to PA soon and I'm concerned about the antique/collector plates. My car is over 25 years old so it should qualify for antique tags which doesn't require a yearly inspection, however it has been modified significantly from original, which apparently makes it not qualify. The only category that talks about cars that have been modified is collector plates. But it says the car would be subject to yearly safety inspections and the car must be in show quality condition, which my car is not. I will have to do the initial safety inspection to get the tags and a PA title, but how strict are the inspection stations on "not significantly modified from original"? Would they pass me as antique with EFI, big wheels, 6 speed, and big brakes? I'm really wanting to avoid a yearly safety inspection. In MD I have Street Rod tags which exempt me from every kind of inspection and there's no restrictions on modifications as long as its street legal.