Let me clear this up. NOT PCA. Never even would dream of it being considered anything but a knockoff. I saw there were other questions and comments on this site regarding replicas. Sure wish it was a Real 356!, I was told Intermeccanica will issue a letter with some production history and statistics, if supplied with detailed pictures and documents. They had some production and ownership metamorphosis. I was told they do that since their early records have been destroyed and their earliest products did not have ID plates. Also, very important, the early receipts did not have a company header, just a company representative signature, with the company name hand printed. Believe it or not, even in the replica market some people are looking for certain era and production. I have already been ask this twice, once by a dealer, so it seemed important. Thanks.