Ok, I‘ve stayed out of this so far but my view on the subject is quite simple;gvickery wrote:HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL USERS OF THIS FORUM
Not enough contributors / contributions folk. The thread has been viewed 3500+ times and drawn contributions from just 13 of us, only half coming from STOC members. The thread may be 'heated' but it won't take us too far unless a bunch of our 'viewers' have a crack at penning a comment. It only needs to convey what you think; it doesn't have to be a debate killing argument.
Go on give it a go, else we will have to pull its 'sticky' status.
If a car/shell went down the production line at Jensen then it’s a Tiger. If it didn’t then it’s not.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with bolting Tiger bits to an Alpine shell, as long as it is made clear to everyone that this work has been carried out. The most logical and obvious way of doing this is to keep the Alpine body’s identity/tags.
I agree with the view that the most likely reason someone would fix Tiger tags to an Alpine body is to fool prospective buyers into thinking that they are buying a genuine Tiger, therefore this practice should be discouraged.