Classiche is resisted, in my case, as I have seen even Classiche make mistakes, or overlook things that I would consider important. I am no expert, concourse judge, or otherwise, but I have learned a bit about 308s over the past few years. I have seen cars get Classiche with painted engine blocks, heads, and cam covers, after market electronic ignition wires showing, incorrect air cleaner assemblies, aftermarket cooling fans, and aftermarket fuel pumps. In fairness, I also know they have marked off cars with similar errors too. Yet, it leaves me feeling that our community can do the job better than Classiche can. Bottom line is I would love to have it for me on my cars, if they were perfect, which they are not, but I don't trust it on other cars. Even if Classiche says they are perfect at that moment, they may very well not be.