2-Door 6.7L 413ciThis car, is in great condition for being 50 plus years old. The speedo, shows 12,883 miles. I also do have the original transfer paper work, and registration from 1965. (see info in pics) The car was bought new, and delivered on 1-28-1964 to Leslie G. Reierson in E Grand Forks Minnesota.. It was then Traded in to Valley Motor Company , in North Dakota, to a Dale D. Deherton, which we believe was the owner. We also believe it remained with him, for the balance of these years till, just lately. the title is now a Michigan title, and person who obtained the car from dale….Now on to the car itself… The floor pans, truck pans, as well as the rest of the underneath , is in great shape, other then normal surface. So is the rest of the car. the car drives, starts, stops . as it should. The front seat was renewed, as well as the carpeting, but the rest is original. , including the back seat. The only thing missing is the air conditioning compressor? However the rest of the air parts are there. It has a 413 ci, big block, engine, and original push button, auto trans. The original vinyl top Is in great shape. All the original gauges work, as well as all the electric windows. Everything works, for that matter, other then the air which is noted above. Again all and all a strong #3 plus , or a 2- minus, type car. Look up the NADA value, and I also posted that as the last picture. I would say the pictures tell the rest? This car is a true survivor, and I have driven it my self, for a hundred miles, and the gentleman I bought it from drove it from the Detroit area, to Indiana, when I bought it. the car drive very nice and straight, and stops straight ect…. again a true survivor … any further questions please ask? thanks for looking.