Somewhat dated info - a couple weeks old. Was cruising Barry's u-pull on I-10 in Gulfport, MS, happened to have my camera along. Found this mid-'60s Chrysler 4-door hardtop sittin' in one of the lines. (Not sure of exact year, possibly a couple years OT - if so, sue me!) Basically pretty straight, cancer-free car. All the chrome is there, hood sitting on top of car. Engine and transmission gone, otherwise really complete. Radio's been robbed, otherwise complete dash/instruments. What really caught my attention was the interior! Low-back buckets with matching console. Other than the driver's seat being blown away, it has a really fine leather interior in a sorta oxblood color with ivory/bone colored piping and buttons. The leather felt good, not all dried out. Back seat looks fine. Big ol' chrome seat surrounds wrap completely around the seat backs. Door panels looked pretty good too. The shame of it is ... the car is about halfway down one of the rows. Even if they would sell the whole car at a reasonable price, they probably wouldn't want to dig it out. It's about 40 miles from me, but I have family in the area so I get down that way frequently. If anyone is close enough to be interested, I could check on the current status of the car. As far as purchases/negotiations, I'll give you the contact info ... then you're on your own! A damn shame this one seems to be headed for oblivion. If nothing else the interior could make a nice basis for someone's rod or custom. They have pretty reasonable prices ... I think the whole interior (seats & console) would cost about $50 - $60. Any interest?