Incredible original condition Oklahoma survivor with cold a/c and a
390 motor. The condition really is amazing! Even the paint is
claimed to be 96% original and it looks slick, moldings are
pristine, dash area sparkles. The underside is as rust free as you
will ever find on any car. The floors still have white overspray
from the factory, the frame and suspension parts are dry as a
chalkboard, factory seams and spot welds are 100% clean and
visible. The body is pristine, gaps are tight, doors click shut.
Has oil change stickers from 1964 and 1976! Every piece of exterior
trim could darn near be packaged and sold as new including
windshield moldings, headlight bezels, bumpers, side moldings etc.
Has new black top and windshield. Upgraded, very rare 15 inch
spinner hubcaps used on the 427 cars. Interior is just as amazing,
everything on the dash sparkles and looks new. Excellent upholstery
and door panels, new carpet. The motor compartment is very, very
clean original, the air cleaner and valve covers still have the
original paint. The trunk compartment looks new, has plaid liner.
Wait til you drive it. A restored car will never feel and function
this good. Cold a/c, correct exhaust resonators, new tires. Another
dealer told me I have the nicest one in the country, I think that
might be true.
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