The car was built in September, 1964 and used as an Executive Car in the Los Angeles area then sold from Canoga Chrysler Plymouth in Canoga Park, CA in December, 1965. Options include: Factory A/C, Power Windows, Power Vent Wings, Power Seats, Fully Reclining Passenger's Seat, Bucket Seats with Console and Console Mounted Vacuum Gauge, and AM/FM Radio with Rear Speaker Fade. Based on figures I've found online, this car cost around $5,400 when new in '65. That was quite a bit of money for a car back then. I found the car in 2005 in Las Vegas. The car had just changed hands from the original owners in Vegas where the car had sat parked with the top down since 1980. The Vegas sun did a number on the interior but the dry climate preserved all the sheet metal so there was ZERO rust. I purchased it for $2,000 and drove it as I bought it for about a year to local cruise nights. I tore it down to a rolling shell in 2006 and began a very detailed four year restoration. I learned a lot about these cars durning the course of the restoration and really left no stone unturned. It is basically a brand new car and it drives like one. Since the restoration it has won many local awards, most notably, the 300 and 300 Letter Car Class at the 2011 Mopar Spring Fling in Van Nuys, CA. I was also lucky enough to have an 8 page spread of the car in the Winter, 2011 Issue of Motor Trend Classic.