This car runs and drives very well. I don't hesitate driving it 300 miles to attend a car show. It takes a minute to get started but once it is warmed up it starts and shuts off very well. I've never experienced any overheating or any mechanical failures. The only thing I have done to was rebuilt the carburetor and replaced the fuel tank, other than that I just drove it. Here is what I am aware of what is wrong with he car. I do not know if the car has ever been restored so naturally the car isn't perfect. The only gauge that works is the speedometer. There are a couple of cracks in the dash pad. There is a couple of tears in the headliner and the back seat. It is missing the radio. Mechanically speaking it runs great and I would say it could be a daily driver. It has the numbers matching motor. It is missing the transmission kick down lever, but other than that it runs and drives great. The tail lights and blinkers don't come on as they should. The lights themselves work. I was told the headlights switch is bad or there may be a short. The paint does have some chips in it. I do not know when the last time it was painted, but it is its original color. There is some surface rust, but I cannot find and cancer spots anywhere. I cannot tell whether or not it has ever been thru a restoration. It looks pretty original to me. I think this is a great car that deserves a good owner. It would be a great candidate to restore, drive, or drive and restore.