Originally Posted by Centerline
Doesn't have to be a fiberglass replica. There are some pretty nice steel reproductions around too. Brookville Roadster makes a very nice steel 32 3 window coupe and if done correctly, only a knowledgeable deuce guy would be able to tell the difference. There are also a couple excellent glass bodies that with some very minor mods could appear to be stock steel. The only way for most people to tell would be to stick a magnet against the body. The point is that it could be done if someone was bound and determined to be dishonest and do it.
"Any man who can drive safely while kissing a pretty girl is simply not giving the kiss the attention it deserves." - Albert Einstein
I'm sure that's happened before. I've seen certain muscle cars (60's Mopars, Chevy Novas, etc.) clones trying to be being passed off as factory big block cars to the unsuspecting buyers, and unless you're savvy, you've just been screwed!