Several years ago I purchased Testarossa 63805 titled as an 88 and imported it from Canada. This is a Swiss car that has the standard electric door mirrors installed. BUT I knew when I was researching the car to buy, that this car should have been a flying mirror car. Sure enough, on close examination, I can see the faintest crack in the windshield pillar where the original high mirror was mounted. At first, I thought the high mirror car looked kind of goofy, kind of out of balance, but the more I see pictures of them, they're pretty iconic. So the question is, do I convert back? I SEE an original high mirror advertised, and that MAY be the easiest part of going back. I have two mirrors mounted in the usual spot in the door. Aren't there TWO small windows that fill up that triangular space on the original cars? What about the wiring for the electric mirrors. MAYBE the original wiring was left in the windshield pillar. I certainly see that the wiring for the current two mirrors was added in at some point. Done nicely with what looks like factory parts. I have the same switch in the older Testarossa as I have in my 1990 car. What was the original switch like for the single high mirror car? So some people feel if it isn't broken, why fix it, but what say my fellow Testarossa brethren? Am I nuts to think about going back to the original?