Noticed a car for sale that had me wondering. It is a 76 T/A, 455 4 speed. This car was custom ordered. The seller has the build sheet and 9k in receipts. The seller is the third owner and claims this car was factory ordered with a 75 front grill. It was ordered as no power windows, no center console etc. Pretty much your BB and 4spd. He also claims that everything on it seems original and there is no evidence to suggest it had a 76 front end. I have not laid eyes on it myself. I can see where he is coming from as when you look at an old car you can always tell originality, but was that a possible thing to do back then? I know that back in the day you could order a car how you wanted it. I was also discussing this with a friend of mine who worked for chevy back in the day. He was telling me how back in the day, the big thing that came out (55 i believe), was the option for the 283 as before you had a 263 or something of that nature. However, that 263 still wound up in some cars as they were left overs. I know bumpers are different from engines. I also realize that you can make a car however you want it, but with everything so far, why even bother since it is a 455 T/A?