Sometime after it was originally posted three days ago, the seller added 17 poor quality pictures, which feels like getting a week's supply of McDonald's coffee grounds... hooray? It's hard to determine the seats' condition. One seems to be covered in a decomposing lamb's wool cover, although it could be the original wool inserts resurrecting themselves from the decrepit seats or escaping from the tyrannical automatic transmission.
Early Interceptors weigh in around 3,500 pounds, while later models with the big 440 (pictured here) and increased emissions and safety fetters are closer to 3,700. They look massive, but are actually five inches shorter than a Camaro according to the all-knowing Allpar. Making only 300 horsepower with restrictive carbs, this late-model Interceptor is ready to roar through twin-choke Holleys, not sit quietly in a climate-controlled garage while discussing market trends.
PhiLOL actually likes the tuna here, but abhors structural rust. Save the manuals.