It's up for grabs on eBay right now, with a current bid of just under $12,000 (US) per this writing. But it's climbing fast.
The car itself hasn't seen the road since 1986, according to BarnFinds, having been stored away in a garage only to be uncovered recently and listed as it. It has a 440 V8 with a 4-speed and the optional A33 Track Pak option, painted in lime green and featuring a black vinyl top.
Brand new, this car was built for the drag strip. The Track Pak allowed for 375 horsepower with a four barrel carb, meaning it could get up and go from a dead stop in just 5.7 seconds, which was pretty quick for 1970.
It might seem like a lot of work considering the condition, but at auction, these cars go for well north of $50,000, depending on how expertly restored they are. This one has plenty of potential if someone is willing to put in the work.
This post originally appeared on Boldride.