This car started its life like most cheap Chevy sedans: 6 cylinder with stick shift. Built in St. Louis. It has been altered. Today it sports a 425 HP L78 396 that is date code correct. It has a Muncie M21 close-rats 4 speed and a 4.10 posi-traction differential. The Regal Red (RR) exterior and Fawn (863) interior are correct for this car. The engine is very very powerful. It sounds fabulous out the exhaust. It has the correct exhaust manifold and 3885069 intake manifold. The 4 speed works great. There is no, nor has there ever been any rust. The paint looks very nice on the super straight sheet metal. While there is minimal stainless and chrome, what is there looks perfect. The body color painted steelie with poverty caps and bias play tires look wonderful. This is a radio delete car, yet it has the factory tach in the dash on the far right side. All gauges and features work properly. The interior is very nice. Even the saddle carpet looks great and is covered with a matching set of floor mats. The restoration is complete and correct. There is nothing left to do but drive it and enjoy it. I love the cheap sleeper Chevys. This car has a lot more power since it rolled down the line in St. Louis. I am very happy that it does!