Sitting here in the back water of Louisiana, where probably less than a
dozen Tigers exist and I own the only one in town, a thought occurred to me
as I read the arguments for not publishing a manual on how to identify a
real Tiger. I decided to share this thought before it died of loneliness.
Is there really any profit in "counterfeiting" a Tiger? I mean, can you
really fabricate a Tiger look-a-like out of an Alpine with all the correct
looking pieces and sell it at a profit? It isn't like a Tiger is worth
$250K. Hell, I have a '65 Mustang lightly restored on a tight budget, and
I can't even sell it for 3/4 of what I have into it. Somehow I don't think
the "not worth the risk of publishing" argument borders on paranoia. For
what it's worth.