That looks like an excellent shell. This will save you lots of time and money by starting your project with the body already complete. If your restoring your driver, consider this starter car. You can sell your extra parts and likely get back half your money.
Engine Test Stand Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwoxyUwptUcdqEb-o2ArqyiUaHW0G_C88 restoring my 1968 Firebird 400 HO convertible (Firedawg) 1965 Pontiac Catalina Safari Wagon 389 TriPower (Catwagon) 1999 JD LX Lawn tractor 17hp (my daily driver) 2006 Tundra (another driver) 1988 Pace Arrow 32' 454 (SOLD) 2017 Murano (wife's car) _______________________________________________________
Yep, another $40K into that and you'll have a nice $35k car. Sigh.
I used to be indecisive. Now I'm not sure. I feel like I am diagonally parked in a parallel universe. 1968 400 convertible (Scarlet) 1968 400 coupe - R/A clone (Blue Pearl) (for sale) 1968 350 - 4 speed 'vert - 400 clone (the beast!) 1968 350 convertible - Wife's car now- 400 clone (Aleutian Blue) (Blue Angel) 1967 326 convertible - Sold 2008 Durango - winter beater 1980 T/A SE Bandit - Sold 2008 GXP - New one from NH is AWESOME! 2017 Durango Citadel - Modern is nice! HEMI is amazing! 1976 T/A - 455, 4 spd. Newest hatchling in the nest.