Ferrari Classiche remains a topic of great interest for me as I continue to learn the positives and negatives of both their restoration and certification standards. While there are certainly a very vocal few on here that are vehemently opposed to Classiche (I hope they contribute to this thread in a constructive and polite manner), I remain convinced that Classiche can continue to evolve into a real gem for both Ferrari and its passionate fans, particularly those in the vintage realm. I was hoping to engage with those “in the know” regarding this amazing car: https://rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/ca18/auction/lots/r0017-1956-ferrari-290-mm-by-scaglietti I’m not suggesting I know anything more than what is described in the RM Sotheby’s posting, but it seems to be a real achievement for Classiche. What are your thoughts? Please don’t bash it just because you hate Classiche. If it’s a great and detailed restoration, please admit it and chime in. If not, why do you think so?