At least up until a couple of weeks ago, the car was sitting in the shop of close friend Bob George, a Hemi builder near Pittsburgh. Bob has gone through the engine, as the car now belongs to a collector who resides near Pittsburgh airport.
The car is immaculate, and looking at it is like looking at a time machine. There is some talk of Bob's son, Curt, driving it several times at Nostalgia events near Pittsburgh, but I don't know if that will really happen. Curt drives Bob's 65 Plymouth, though, and has plent of experience so the car will be in good hands.
Up until a couple of years back, the car belonged to a collector in Ohio. I have photos of it on display at the Nostalgia Nationals in Quaker City in 1995, as they were pitted next to me. We spoke of the history, as I remember the car well during its heyday, but these guys were not really interested in running it, they displayed it.
It is really a neat piece, and if you have the opportunity to check it out, I would advise you do do so.