It's a 70 with a mild 360. 72 block, J heads, .030 over, about 9.5:1 compression, Edelbrock Airgap intake, Demon 625cfm carb, MP electronic distributor, and a Comp 268 cam (if I remember correctly, I'd have to dig up the cam card). 727 was rebuilt about 15 years ago (no leaks), good steels and clutches, shifts solid, 2400 stall converter, and has a deep pan an external cooler plumbed with -AN lines (real stuff, Earls, Russel, etc, not garbage). 8 3/4 rear, Moser axles, front disc conversion from a 73 Duster, big ball joint conversion, rear drums off a C body if I remember correctly. Suspension was fully rebuilt in 1998 with PST parts, has Mopar Performance .920 bars in it, no sway bars as it never had any, Mopar shocks in front, KYB's in the rear. Manual steering, manual brakes, though it stops really well, all the metal brake lines were replaced when I did the disc conversion in 2000. Floors were replaced in 2002, along with a set of Mopar sub frame connectors. Has some Autometer gauges in it (tach, water temp, oil pressure). Needs the AM fuel gauge reinstalled as I just replaced the sender in the tank with a new one from Vans. Car is a column shift, the front bench and rear seat were recovered with non factory material around the 2002 time frame as well. Has an ARR six pack hood (I painted it, has a couple of runs in the scoop), AR racing mags, and a good set of tires I installed in 2012, rubber is a little old, but the car is stored indoors, so they still look new. The downsides to the car are this: I gutted it at one point to make it lighter (teenage plans and all that) So it has no carpet, it never had a headliner as long as I have had it, and the HVAC stuff was pulled off and tossed years ago since it was in bad shape anyway. Has block off panels that I made for the larger holes. Some other interior parts succumbed to the elements and have never been replaced (A pillar covers, dash pad is super cracked, etc). It has minor rust in the trunk, couple of pin holes, slight bubbling in the quarters, various door dings, and some old bondo work from the 80's it looks like. The worst of the rust is a small section around the trunk seal, a few inches worth below the driver's side sail panel. Rear bumper is pretty beat as teh chrome is peeling and rusty. The car is a solid 20 footer however and gets lots of attention when I drive it. It likes to over heat in stop and go traffic with the mechanical fan. I was looking into swapping electric fans onto it since I know it is a shroud problem (has a Summit racing aluminum 2 core radiator and the stock shroud doesn't fit it, I fabbed one, but it isn't very good). If you are moving though it'll stay cool all day long even in 100+ Texas temps I've found. Thinking if I can find the old flex fan that was on it, I would give it a try and see if that cools any better. I have had this car since I was 17 (nearly 19 years at this point), and despite being tired of it, it will be hard for me to let go of it. This is mostly due to it being my first car. I just don't have a plan for it anymore. I like it when I drive it, but I don't drive it anymore. I'd let it go with all the parts I have amassed for it over the years, 73 V8 K frame, the original hood, the original 318 (ran when pulled), the original shroud, a stock replacement rad, the original 904 (holds fluid like a fork), an A body 833, shifter parts (Inland though), 4 speed patch panel, 4 speed pedals, and an A body stick car column. This pic is from when I put the Airgap on it a few years ago. I have a lot of work and emotional effort tied up in this thing since it was my first car so it'll really skew opinion on what the car is worth. Any guesses on what a reasonable asking price would be?