It's not priced in the upper $20's because it's in semi-rural Tennessee. Location matters.I was going to say that it's a bit under priced. I understand it's a clone, but that looks really clean.
Why wouldn't this be upper 20's ?
Unless there's some hidden problem.
Edit: Ok, maybe I'm wrong. Looks like mid-20's at BJ happens.
Your car is beautiful and gorgeous color!Glad you made the correct decision. I bought my 67 in Arizona 7 years ago, I live here. I looked at many GM A body cars 64-72 over 1 1/2 years. Even here there were many vinyl roofed cars with rust under it. If you want numbers matching it makes the search harder. Me, I like to make the car better so that was not a concern. Keep looking, don't rush, you may be sorry.
As you look at more cars you will educate yourself on them and when you find your car you will know it. Get in the trunk & under the car with a flashlight. Good luck on your search! I drove my 67 today, I feel 18 when driving it. I'm pushing 70 & loving life! OMG I showed my plate # LOL!