Brewster Green is an underdog among Trans Am colors. Most second Gen 'birds are known for their white and blue color combinations, while later models offered black and gold and then everything else. 1973 was the first year of the now iconic hood bird decal and the last hoorah for higher output 455 motors. In 1974 regulations stepped in and choked the motor's performance down to a pitiful amount. While this car isn't one of the handful of Nascar derived Super Duty 455's, it still stands as one of the big shots of the muscle car era.
This car looks like a great buy as it is numbers matching and all the hard work has already been done. Price is fair depending on the exchange rate you can get, could possibly be negotiated cheaper if there are any export pricing incentives.