Some cards set off the Anachronism Klaxon in my head when I see them. This is mainly when card companies produce retro cards, re-using templates from decades ago. Ironically, I don't get this with the faux vintage card ranges like Allen & Ginter or Gypsy Queen.
The Anachronism Klaxon sounds at varying volumes depending on how much the card is anchronistic. The classic contenders are cards reusing templates from the 70s, like these cards which reuse the 1974 and 1975 card designs.
This card is deliberately designed to look like a card from the 70s, as part of the online exclusive set "Super 70s Sports". But this feels odd for a player so closely associated with the 80s and 90s. When I blogged about this card I said it was strange Topps didn't limit the set to players who were active in the 70s - that blog post was where I first thought of a card setting off an Anachronism Klaxon, which means this is probably the most anachronistic card I own.