I think is OP is making a BIG MISTAKE SELLING THIS SNAKE. It is rare enough in this configuration but it is a gun you will never be able to replace in this condition and you will have setller's regret JMHO.....Mike
Sometimes one needs to travel the path under his own power before understanding the journey. If he sells it, as it appears he will, he'll soon realize the folly of his ways, or not. I've a '78 I picked up a few years ago that came with Colt pachmyers and the cylinder face had been a little too aggressively buffed by the previous owner so it shows a hint of copper around one cylinder chamber
. I only had a set of walnut Gen II stocks but I put them on instead of the rubber as I prefer wood and blued or nickel. This Python found it's forever home as there's no way I could replace it for the purchase price back in 2011. I don't sell/trade my Colts, yet, so once they hit my doorstep, that's it.
When I bought her, not even wiped down:
As she sits today: