The beauty (and grief) about these cars is their history, both from the factory's history and from what the owners and previous owners have done to them. For example when I bought my car (75 Dino GT4) it was in pieces (See showroom). The previous owner had brought it up from Arizona to Toronto and then ran out of money. That's where I picked it up. During the restoration the entire car was striped down, I mean everything came out. I noticed that the drivers side fuel tank was Euro, while the other side was US spec. Interesting. "It couldn't have left the factory like that could it?". Also realized that the back glass had been changed out to a clear piece of plexi. I know it didn't leave the factory like that! It Also had aluminum hubs in the back instead of the cast ones (my car is early, they were all cast). All of this didn't add up. What was going on? Months later, I got to the inside of the car.The interior was redone in black by the previous owner and it was a real bad job, so while ripping out the "never used" carpet and seats to re-do it, I found a small piece of the original carpet tucked away under the rear seats. It was dark brown and the edges were burnt. Now it all started to fit together! There must have been a fuel leak at one point which ignited causing the tank and rear window to be destroyed. They couldn't find a US tank so they put in a Euro tank and updated hubs. They probably didn't want to pay $600 for the rear glass and just cut a piece of plexi. They then cheaped out by putting in a cheap carpet and had the seats redone for close to nothing. Now it all makes sense! What stories has your car told?