Mabey we can take more than a lesson from this. This high profile car is now in the spotlight for all to see. The more I hear of what GAry and others have done, the less sympathy I have. They know full well how loose tags and paperwork is going to be used. The apparentness of what happened here seems to be backed up by many facts including the possible felonies being committed. A court of law will have to decide this, and if that happens, this case and this car could be the start of stopping this trend of the auto faking and fraud. Many opinions are being expressed here, but J.M. is not at fault here in any way. He is in fact a victim the same as the buyer. Everytime we see an example of this we are angered, but this time an opportunity has presented itself that may serve as a good example to fraud artists to reconsider their efforts. I say, lets not let this die. Just my opinion.