Have bought MANY MANY parts & project A & F body's out of the Texas Hill Country, N Tx, West Texas, & NM.. What the OP has a Craigslist ad up for is what many of us longtime vendors/collectors recognize as a "scammer prepped" Field Car. There is next to no reason such a "Texas Region" car should have the front floor pans rotted out like that unless the body has been sitting outside high centered with the nose down...& that particular scenario did happened many many times. The flipper who is listing this 68 LeMans 2door hardtop for sale has simply taken a $300-500 terd field car & shot cheap black primer all over the body & the trim in an effort to make this terd look more presentable. Unfortunately, this is a very common ruse thats been going on since the Internet classified sales venues took off. Have also seen similar "deal"s where the rough terd has been shot with cheap single stage. Tape the windows & tape the window trim off, then shoot the entire body in a attempt to make the "project" just look on the Internet, like is a a faded solid car. Once the newbie buyer, halfway way across the country, takes delivery of the "project", he or his bodyman will immediately figure out how bad the actual body condition is. This type of "project" does nothing but sour the buyer on any project from the original musclecar era. DONT BUY FROM SUCH RIPOFF ARTISTS! As responsible used parts vendors, never sell any parts to such scammers.
Having bought multiple dozens of '68's & 69 A-body's from the TX region, & having pulled parts in states in over half the US, the first thing a potential '67-68-69 Pontiac A-body project car buyer should do is unbolt the rear stainless trim, bottom of the 1/4's. 99% of the time, even in TX, the 1/4 will be rusted through under the stainless trim, ESP the passenger side. A SpotRot guage or light magnet can also help spot previous quikee "repairs" AKA bondo spreading to the 1/4's. Roads are crowned & there is typically a slight trough on the outside of each lane. Passenger side tires thus typically sling up more water, as well as salt & sand mixtures that are used during the winter & thus passenger side 1/4's typically always rust out quicker than the drivers side. Front & rear window channel rust out is very common even in projects from the SW. Myself as well as two longtime TX vendor friends have even bought our share of GTO, 442, & Chevelle factory vinyl top cars out of the Texas Hill Country & E Texas where the cars had been parked under trees & suffered years of tree sap. As a result, one could climb in the car, look up through the roof and see sunlight coming through the rusted out roof.
PARTS VALUE...on the above pictured $2400 "deal"...
-a really really NICE pair of '68 Pontiac A-body 2 door hardtop doors,
-near perfect pair of '68-69 original fenders (repops are total junk),
-a '68 floor shift column CORE
- a decent clean unboxed '68 112" WB frame, lower arms, trans crossmember
...it's conceivable that those 6 parts could add up to $2400 or more. Many of us longtimers have quit giving away our straight rust free doors for a couple hundred $ a pop. Nice straight rust free or mild rust out straight '68-69 fenders have also been really tough find for the last 15 years. IMHO, all of the above parts would be much more suitable for use on a restoration candidate, whether a LeMans or GTO. Does that make the above mess worth $2400??? No, the problem is the odds of the sheet metal pieces being that clean, are next to ZERO, just been down too many country roads, bought too many of 'em.