the car actually is pretty cool, and at the price its offered at, is not too bad a deal. hagerty values it at $9,500 for a condition of fair.
the part i don't get is why anyone would have paid $45,000 (almost $94,000 by today's standards) on this car. all they offered it in was a 305 auto. a 350 4-speed would have been so nice. there were definitely nicer, less antiquated cars available for much less money.