I really hate to post this again because every time I do, I get annoyed and just say screw it. So, some things up front. Shipping is not my problem and the cost of shipping does not come off the price of the car. If you want to buy the car, you need to pay for it before you get the car and title. If that sounds hard, maybe you shouldn't reply. I'm also not sending hundreds of pictures while you think about it. The car is located in St. Helens, Oregon. $16,500 which I believe is more than reasonable for a matching number car with incredibly little rust and a fender tag that jives with the body. Car comes with parts that I removed after I got it. These include: Complete Hurst Comp Plus, with mounting plate (under 200 miles use). Original 8 3/4 housing, Victor 340 intake, Holley 800 double pumper, dual point distributor, Near NOS set of optional Wire Wheel Covers (as shown in one of the pics), set of Deluxe optional wheel covers, and Old School Mopar Performance Chrome valve covers. If you want to negotiate price, it comes at a loss of extra parts. Factory AC, Disk Brake, 4 speed car. Original engine and transmission. Common questions answered. *The clutch is getting sketchy. *Rear is a 3.91, Dana 60. (I have the original 8 3/4 housing) *Car has 62,000 (2000 miles in the last 38 years). *I have had the car for 14 years, the past owners going back to 1974 live in my same small town. *Yes, I have the fender tag *I have never looked for the build sheet. *The car has this cam, yes it's a solid roller. Voodoo Solid Roller Cam - Chrysler 273-360 273/279 - Lunati Power *The heads are the originals with correct casting numbers and date codes. *Early 68 build so it has the inland shifter instead of the hurst. *Tires are reproduction E70-14 BiasPly. The tire in the trunk is an original. *One repaint in 1975.