Yeah, looks correct except for the missing Fender logo and interior replaced (probably because of mold, which is very common in these old cases).
Price-wise, a lot of people think that these old cases can be worth a bundle. I see that ones in this condition aren't worth very much, IMO. In perfect condition, a good vintage case can be worth hundreds, but something like this I wouldn't pay more than $60 for the "coolness" factor.
The value is pretty much out the window because of its condition, unfortunately.
Afterall, a case is just something to protect it, and if you've got a multi-thousand dollar bass inside, you're going to want to go with something a bit more stable for transporting to gigs/studios.
I actually got a mid-60's Fender case with my 1962 P bass and one of the latches fails once in a while. I never use it in fear that my precious bass will spill out on the street one day.
"What's wrong with being sexy?"