What do you want to know about the car? Is it correct? No is it worth 40K? No is it something that you really really want and love the look? Then price is no object. Here is what I can tell you about the car from the few pictures they have posted. The hood stripes are incorrect finish. Chrysler always did the striping in a mat finish (semi gloss) so the stripes are something that was done under a repaint. The exhaust tips are also incorrect. Obviously the wheels are incorrect. The air cleaner is wrong, the battery is wrong, the battery cables are wrong, the distributor is wrong. The gas brake and emergency pedals should have the pedal dress ups on them. The carpet looks tired. Where is the jack, where is the spare tire? These are questions you want to ask. When paying a lot of money for a car like this ask yourself what it is you want. If you are looking for an ivestment this car is not it. This car will not go up in value because it isn't correct. It is over priced for what it is. It looks like the trunk pan might have been replaced. That's not a bad thing, but it is something you should find out about. The fender tag will tell you a lot about the car. It will have the build date of the car as well as the equpment it came with (most of it) The car is probably a low 30's car. The 69 GTX had a production run of around 14,000 cars so they are not super rare. The car in the pictures is an automatic and they are less valuable than a 4 speed. The color looks to be Lemon Twist but that color did not come out until 1970. The yellow in 1969 was Sunfire Yellow and it wasn't that bright, ut it could just be the pictures.