My 1965 is dead original except for the dual exhaust.
Even paint, upholstery, etc.
Only 92,000 miles are on the Plymouth.
I have owned the Mopar for 5 years.
I may start to clean it up a little this winter.
After driving the Plymouth for over 8 years the Mopar has now been cleaned up a little and repainted. New seat covers were installed, but door panels, headliner, carpets, etc. are still original. The Sport Fury is now running a warmed up 400 cubic inch V8 up front with 3.92 gears and a Detroit Truelock in the back. The Plymouth was not built for show but has won a few trophies and ribbons anyway. The Sport Fury is a fun car to drive.