Mr. Massini, thanks for the info on 18767. I think my car had a rough life. I first saw it on the Forza web site (Peter Sweeny). I think I saved his original pictures but I have to find them. The car was in primer and the engine was partially disassembled and a bunch of the parts were in boxes, if I rember correctly this was in 2008. At this point in time I had been looking at this series of cars for a couple of years. I decided I was most interested in the 365 GT4 because I wanted the Webers and also I wanted a 1975 car or older so emission testing would never be an issue. By the time I contacted Peter the car had been sold to Brett, I wasn't aware at that time who it was sold to. I contacted Brett to do a PPI on a different car for sale in Toronto. The PPI wasn't great and Brett mentioned a car he had just bought that needed a lot of work, this was infact the Forza car (18767). Brett and I worked out a deal on what he wanted to do and what I wanted done and we came up with a price. I talked frequently with Brett and he was great to work with. There were some additional parts I wanted replaced and we worked those issues out. My goal was to have the car reliable and drivable so we (family of four) could drive the car up to Alaska. We drove the car up in the summer of 2010. Sorry to hijack the thread but I couldn't resist!