When enthusiasts say "numbers matching", this is actually one of those vehicles. All serial numbers, casting numbers and date codes are correct and in proper sequence to the build date (K3) or 3rd week of July, even bolt type, head markings and their finishes are correct.
Options include; L84 fuel injected 360 horse power 327 engine, M20 4-speed close ratio transmission, G81 3.36 ratio posi-traction differential, J50 power brakes, A31 power windows, U69 AM/FM radio, C07 auxiliary daytona blue hard top (with base coat/clear coat paint, fitted cover and storage rack), P92 B.F. Goodrich Silverstone 6.70 X 15 bias-ply tires and original wheel covers, in addition to (5) "driver" rally wheels with Goodyear P215/70R15 radials,
Please note that an NCRS Cincinnati Regional Top Flight Award was received in September 2005 with a score of 97.7 out of 100, as well as Bloomington Gold Certification in June 2006. Less than 2000 miles have been put on the car since receiving these awards and it has been continually kept in a heated, air conditioned and humidity controlled environment when not at car shows or NCRS events. The only time this car was rained upon in the last 20 years was while sitting on an open trailer returning home from the Bloomington Gold awards (arriving with no leaks). Still a really nice car!
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