Seriously, if you’re gonna insult people, you should probably learn to spell “Deuce” properly. I am not a fan of reproduction bodies and personally wouldn’t want one, but I don’t begrudge those that have them. A lot of people can’t afford a Gennie body or don’t want to do the work to get them into paint but still want to enjoy a Deuce. Some people look at them as just one giant patch panel. A few years ago I was looking at a deuce roadster that was for sale. I asked him if it was Henry or repro, since let’s face it, that affects the value. He replied it was a little of both. He told me the doors, quarters, decklid, floors and sub rails were brookville. The cowl, hood and rad shell were Henry. My point is a lot of cars are built with the help of the aftermarket. The soul of a car doesn’t come from its journey through time, it comes from the people it encounters through time. A UPAC or brookeville or Fiberglass car starts time when it’s built by someone passionate enough to want to invest their time and money in our hobby/sport. We shouldn’t insult or discourage those that don’t have the same ideals.