I just completed the restoration of a Model 80 (1960) and a Model Golden 39A (1967). Why do collectors value "untouched" over "restored"? IMHO, the oil stains on the stock and the light rust/pitting of the barrel are eyesores and require removal. The only advantage to a collector for a truly "original" rifle is a cheaper purchase price. WUWT????? I personally would value a restored rifle far above an "original" as long as the restorer stayed true to the original design and did not fancy it up. Opinions????