Since I seem to ruffle vintage feathers every time that I bring up the constant Ferrari double standard of "rebody 50 years ago and it's great, but rebody this year and it's a hack job", I thought that I would let Terry's quote from another thread speak for itself. Terry asked the exact same question that I did many months (years?) ago: how many years have to go by before a rebody is considered a period treasure instead of today's trash? And dare I anty up for discussion a modern day Ferrari that has the original body removed and rebodied with a personal creation? If Joe Greaserag did the same thing in his backyard, would the Ferrari community herald it's showing with the same reaction? I don't think so. Sometimes the emperor really has NEW clothes, but sometimes his barn finds are just,...well,....somebody else's hack job from 40 or 50 years ago. At the very least, perhaps we can isolate these kind of debates into this thread since so many people get SO bent out of shape when they read these kind of things that disrupt their contented ideas of what is trash versus treasure in the Ferrari world. Like a moth to the flame, they can't seem to use the IGNORE function and stop reading things that upset them so much. Perhaps isolation into one thread will keeps those moths contained inside one closet. Flame suit on!