I suppose it depends on what one classifies as a tribute car. As far as I can see, the interior and engine are standard and unmodified, not like the genuine Brock 405 Mi16. The tribute appears to be limited to the decals and signage on the body and there just may be someone out there who wants, what appears to be, a nice 405 Mi16 with the accompanying signage. It does look good and would be a more practical proposition to drive around town on a regular basis.
Tribute cars seem to fall into a couple of categories.
Those who really undertake the upgrades made to copy the car like mechanical upgrades, wheels, cage and maybe a signature or two from the drivers/team.
Then there’s cars like this where you have to wonder just how much the owner actually knew about the race car and it’s history.
Only a fool would buy this thinking he had anything vaguely resembling a piece of Peugeot’s involvement in Australian motorsport.