What actually needs some tender loving care is not the whole car, which seems to be in fair conditions, but the dashboard.
Indeed the car doesn’t look bad at all; of course that’s way far to be a condition #1 or #2 car but it still looks good and, last but not least, is cheap: having completely restored one of these (boy, what a challenge!), I know well that the horror could hide beneath the front fenders and that’s not easy to spot the problem from the outside.
On the other side, the seller says tat the car has new paint (check the difference between the front fenders and the paint inside theengine bay) and a rebuilt engine, 5k miles ago. Interiors are fine but the dashboard isn’t, probably the California sun has taken his toll on it. Find it for sale at $14,900 here in the Sleepy Valley, CA.