John is a good guy . But I do see a point here that I think is valid.... not only is the car getting publicity the fake broach marks and fake paperwork are getting publicity too. On one had this could help an uneducated buyer . They read this article and say " people are producing fake paperwork and engine stamps, I better be careful when I buy a car and make sure I get an expert to qualify the package before I part with my money" the other side is an unscroupulous characeter, of which there seems to be no shortage of these days, says " wow I can fake a car , paperwork or both , and for a small investment get a nice return" .... I don't think the article needed to make any refrence to the fake paperwork on the car. The car is beautiful and stands on its own , the paperwork doesn't have any bearing on that. I am a bit surprised that Hemmings would refer to paperwork .