If you're sure your paying $65,380 for the options you've listed, then, you're getting a super deal. Better go for it before he changes his mind.
By the way, the number you have for MSRP ($69,645) is wrong. That number looks to me like the invoice price of the car. Which means, at least by these figures, your getting the car for about 4k under invoice. Lucky you - if it's true.
Get him to send you a price sheet which gives you the out-the-door (OTD) price. Use that term. It should should list each option, its cost and the various fees associated with the transaction and the bottom line price. Only then will you accurately know what you are going to have to cough up to get this beauty.