This is a rare body style (only 1430 were produced in 1960) and gets lots of attention. Most people say "I love it" then follow up with "what is it". The car was built by a pro builder in South Carolina and now has about 25000 miles on the fresh Jasper 4.3L Chevy Vortec engine with Quadrajet carburetor, rebuilt GM TH350 trans, rebuilt 8" Ford Diff (2.79:1), and Fat Man Mustang II style front suspension with slotted disc brakes, 2" drop and power rack and pinion steering. It has Vintage Air, GM tilt steering column with leather wrapped billet steering wheel, cruise control, GM console with storage and cupholders, Lokar shifter and Panasonic stereo with remote. The front seats are Toyota Camry power buckets and the original rear seat folds down to make a large cargo area in the back. The entire interior is covered in burgundy vinyl and carpet with custom stainless sill plates. It has high intensity headlights and LED taillights and front turn signal lights and a receiver hitch with 7-pin plug to pull a small camper. The custom grille eliminated the ugly hole used for the hood release (the release is now located below the bumper). All new tires on the 15" chromed American Racing Torque Thrust II wheels last fall. New Delrin bushings in the front suspension. It comes with a spare instrument pod with clear lens and 5 Nash 15" hubcaps if you want to convert to a more traditional look. It runs good, drives good, looks good. The first major car show we took it to we got a picture of it in Street Scene magazine. It's a great little car. We've owned it for almost 8 years, driven it about 21000 miles, and had a blast with it, but now I need the garage space. Clean title. IT'S READY TO GO!