I agreee. And it may be one of the best bargains available right now. I've seen some primo restored ones going from about 20-25k. This is a rare car with only about 1800 made for one year only. Back in the day, it was reportedly the quickest first generation Mustang. With the high compression engine, it would be expensive to run. But it would definitely be a kick. Seems to me some of the car mags of the day got it to run in the 13's out of the box.