Well, JD, you could have a point there.
Or, you could interpret the captions around the photo that the link
> */Would you believe this is Maxwell Smart's car?.../*
> */...would you believe a replica? This is my beautiful 1965 Sunbeam
> and it was restored to show quality in 2002 to look just like Max's
> Tiger. The paint was matched with the same code as the 1965 Carnival
> Red, new "Tiger" interior, carpet chrome and machine gun under hood/*
to mean that she's not claiming it's a Tiger.
I'd prefer to believe the latter, but then, I've met the lady and I'd
like to believe the best of her.
P.S. Now, if she tries to SELL it as a Tiger, that'd be a different
P.P.S. But she hasn't.
J D Johnson wrote:
> No doubt the reason she's labled the picture link on her website "My
> Sunbeam Tiger"
> At 07:19 AM 4/8/2008, David Sosna wrote:
>> ...snip.. She's never tried to pass the car off as an
>> actual Tiger, just a look-alike...snip..
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