It is a 1968 camaro that I paid $5500 for.
Has a strong running 350 with a turbo 350 automatic/B&M floor shifter. Front end is solid with some original metal, some new. Has grill, headlights, front spoiler, front bumper (not installed), new cowl hood. No rust on dash or inner/outer cowl. Subframe is in good condition. Both door skins are full of mud, passenger door has rust on the inside. Most of the wiring is in good shape, but not hooked up. Interior is non existent. Has all original buckets along with rear seats. Probably need new foam, definately new covers and frames seem o.k. Has original guages and glovebox door. Car actually runs and drives (is definately not a driver though). All glass is there, pretty scratched up on the front windshield. Rear quarter windows are not installed.
Floor pan behind both seats are rusted through. Trunk floor pan is completly rusted out. Rear quarters have been shaped with so much mud you would think it was done by a professional sculpter. Rear section of roof has been pulled with a dent puller and has a fair amount of mud. Rear tail panel was attempted to be bent back to straight (I am positive this vehicle had been rear ended pretty good at some point). Both rear frame rails are bent and cracked. One of the rockers is o.k., the other one looks to have been cut and welded back together. And the worst part (in my opinion) is that the passenger side door has about a 1" gap at the top corner where it meets quarter, but only a 3/16" gap at the bottom. I am pretty sure it is not due to a poor door hang because the gap across the bottom of the door is equal front to back at maybe 1/4".
Unfortunately I was stupid enough to purchase this vehicle out of state without seeing it in person. My brother-in-law went and looked at it for me and unfortunately he missed a lot of things I didn't expect him to miss.
All in all, I am afraid I have bitten off more than I can chew. Sorry I wrote a book about the car!