Hi. Yeah, they did these like they did the eary fox bodies but instead of sending them to ASC for the conversion, they sent them to Emess Coachbuilders in Largo Florida. They were then sent to the dealers for sale. Mine was sold at a dealership n Peoria Illinois. It is white with a white top and red and white interior. It is all original but sat outside under a tree for a while before I found it. It is solid but needs a resto. When things get better I will do a full concours on it like we did with my King Cobra. 44 is the number that I have heard on them too but I haven't been able to verify it.. Emess went out of business in '77 from what I have heard so that may explain the low numbers. I would like to get Marti to see how many '77 have a ship to of Emess but I don't have the money for their research time right now. So far, I think I have seen six. Pictures of five and mine is the only one I have seen in person. There are three red, two yellow, on my white one. All of them started as coupes except one of the yellow ones that was a Ghia according to the VIN. I will check this one out and see if I can contact the owner. Thanks for the heads up.