GHOSTLY TALES #72 has a lot going for it, with stories by Ditko, Boyette, and Aparo, making it a jam-packed issue full of intensely great art.
This one is notable for a couple of reasons. First, it's one of the rare issues not have not have the cover , nor any of it's stories reprinted in the US. It was, however, reprinted once (in it's entirety, save the letters page) in the Australian GHOSTLY TALES #7, 1979.
The really interesting thing here, though, is Pat Boyette drawing what is essentially a hot rod story, which is his only foray into the genre--at least as far as I have been able to discern. Add the ghost element, and the fact that the host, Mr. Dedd, steps out from his role of host and is a key figure in the story, and it's a real wild ride!