Good morning from Latvia, Europe, I want to get a B-body Mopar and found this 65' Dodge Coronet Convertible with a 383 but I can't figure out whether it was a Coronet 500 or a Coronet 440 because as I understand - all Coronet Convertibles in 1965 were either 500 or 440, right? There were no base model convertibles? This one doesn't have either 500 or 440 fender tags on it. And also I asked salesman to send me a photo of engine date code - that way I can tell if the engine could be it's original 383 engine (from the week and year of manufacture of the engine). But can you tell from pictures if this could be a period correct 383 engine? Seller says that this Coronet has the original 383. And do you notice anything unoriginal done to the car apart from aftermarket tacho, Magnaflow exhaust system, Mopar Performance valve covers and radio? Also what would be the approximate price for such a 65' Coronet Convertible 383 in great condition in United States? Seller in Germany is asking $24'850 for it but probably negotiable. Thanks!