So this morning I was on my way home from church on a nice back road, when I was pulled over by the local police. This is the first time since late 06 that I've been pulled over for speeding, and the first time ever in the GT350. This wasn't my first time getting pulled over and I thought for sure I was getting a ticket based on what I knew my speed was when I recognized the SUV to be a patrol vehicle. I didn't however, and was very surprised based solely on the speed I was told I was clocked. I'd like some input from the SVTP LEO's on what they think about my interaction. I'd like to believe it was my actions and attitude that got me a warning instead of a hefty fine. I pulled over immediately when it was safe to do so, shut my car and radio off, rolled down the windows, and placed both hands on the steering wheel. The female officer was very polite and professional. Greeted me, I greeted her back, then told me why I was pulled over. (67 in a 45) She mentioned the fast car and that it was "beautiful", and that she too has a fast challenger and likes to drive it, then asked for the licence and insurance. Right then I mentioned that I had a licence to carry and that my pistol was in my center console. She thanked me for informing her, then I grabbed my wallet in the cup holder and pulled out my DL, licence to carry, and military ID. I then told her my insurance was in the glove box. She said go ahead and get that, so I did. She goes back to her vehicle and after a few minutes comes back and tells me to slow it down and to take it out onto the TOLL road to go fast (TX 130 ha 85 MPH speed limit) hands me back my stuff and tells me to be safe and have a good day. I can't think of a better way this could have gone other than me not speeding in the first place, but at 22 MPH over the posted limit I thought for sure I was getting a citation. My question to the LEO's here is; did I just get really lucky today in having a car enthusiast pull me over or did my actions and attitude play more of a role in me getting just a warning? Thanks in advance for any input Also, I've got a lot of respect for what police and first responders do day in and day out for little pay and even less recognition.