Of course, it's nothing of the sort. The latest of Larry Chen's Hoonigan AutoFocus love-ins is with collector Randy Jaffe: First tooth-itching moment - apart from the title - is when Jaffe describes Nissan's L-series engines as "tractor motors" and "Mercedes designed". Wow. The car in question was built by somebody else, then sold on Bring A Trailer (where it was described as a "Accurate replica" [its not] which is where Jaffe purchased it. He has been adding to it (a set of M-Speed's lookalikes of the Nissan works Kobe Seiko 'rally mag' wheels, supplied by Jay Ataka's 'JDM Car Parts' is one example, although Jaffe calls the originals "Seiko" wheels) and he says he will shortly be sending it to Rob Fuller's Z Car Garage for more work. First of all, Larry Chen doesn't seem to be able to tell the difference between the '73 Safari winner and the '71 Safari winner, but Randy Jaffe seems less than well informed about the details on the original works cars. He apparently believes that the suspension on the '71 Safari winning car was "stock". Bizarre. This car is being hyped up to a ridiculous level. Its a nice enough thing in its own right, but there's nothing "meticulous" about it and as the camera hovers admiringly over the dash on the passenger side we see an interior light from a Huey helicopter (?) and a pair of aircraft type clocks, one of them apparently from a Russian MIG jet (?). Fun, but nothing to do with works rally cars. Do these people believe their own hype? Sorry, but getting someone to measure up sticker and signwriting positions is base level stuff. There's no real depth to what's been done here. Rather than pay 'tribute', it misleads. Main subject content starts about 20mins in.