If you ever dreamed of having a new vehicle from 1966 this is about as close as you can get. Purchased new in Eugene Oregon, this lifetime Pacific Northwest barn find was put away with just 26864 actual miles. One owner with original paint (Citron Gold), original interior, original matching numbers 383/270hp Commando. Complete matching numbers engine, transmission, and rear end. The original Stromberg carburetor# WWC3262 is still on top! The paint is in excellent shape for 50 years old. There are a couple of dings and blemishes which is to be expected for a survivor of this caliber. Recently serviced with a complete tune up, fluid flushing, new tires and new dual exhaust. Mopar fans have told me the 383 was an excellent engine and this one has no issues. This Plymouth runs strong and does not leak or smoke. The Torque Flight Transmission shifts factory fresh and no issues whatsoever. Well optioned with bucket seats with a console, power steering, clock, glovebox lock, cigar lighter, power brakes, AM radio and more. I have some historical documentation that goes with the vehicle including the original Certi-Card, Broadcast Sheet, and owners manual. The term Survivor was meant for this Plymouth. There is no rust or accident damage on the body. Drive with confidence and win Survivor Trophies at each show. Please call with any questions or concerns.