Question about 1968 Ford Torino For Sale

Pardon me if this is off topic for this group.
I have for sale a 1968 Ford Torino GT (coupe, not fastback). Although the fastback was more popular, I understand that there were not very
many coupes made (comparatively). My father was the original owner and it's been sitting in a barn since 1995. I would describe it as "easily restorable". Other than being filthy, there's nothing major wrong with it. A couple months ago, it was removed from the barn and covered with a tarp, which has caused some surface rust in two places. These rusty places are just through the paint at this time. It was running when parked and the engine is not locked up. I haven't tried to start it and don't plan to go to that trouble.
My plans were to take some pictures and put it on eBay. Before doing that I thought I'd ask to see if anyone here is interested and perhaps get a feel for what it's worth.
It is located in central North Carolina. This disposable email address will remain good for a couple weeks unless I start getting a lot of spam through it. Please email directly because I don't subscribe to this group.
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Thanks Ed
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