I was driving home from work last Wednesday evening in my Mark II and someone started honking somewhere behind me. I was going about 50 and not in the mood to look around for the source of the honk. Another couple of honks and blocks later, this lady in her mid fiftys pulls up along side me while we're going 45. She's still honking and with a big smile on her face she screams over to me "Is that a Cobra?" I scream back "yes" and she gets an even bigger smile on her face and slows down and I never saw her again. I considered yelling to her that it was a replica, but I had the distinct impression that seeing and identifying a Cobra was the highlight of her week. Do we have an obligation to dispel happy people of their belief that they have just witnessed a "Cobra". I struggle with the idea that by not clarifying my answer I am being deceptive. Is "yes" to that question morally deficient?