A new car dealership is not a good place to buy a classic muscle car. Those cars need work and are overpriced.
It looks like the sales managers attempt at making a quick buck based on book values like they do with late model cars. Doesn't work that well with all the variables on 40+ year old cars.
This 68 is having an identity crisis, labeled as a 67 RS, with 69 seats, mismatched tires, and the list goes on.http://www.southbaybmw.com/1968-Y-Torrance-CA/vd/15014753
They do do a good job of showing the tires and wheels in all their ads, and the VIP service sounds like a good thing for your everyday car.