No idea on a fair price, but that thing looks really clean. I'm not a fan of the chrome headlights, valve cover or air cleaner, but those can be changed relatively cheaply. Color, meh, not in love with it but don't hate it.
What are your plans if you get it? Run it as is or swap out a bunch of stuff? I can tell you from restoring the wagon, it takes a lot more bringing it back than I could have bought one for (almost double.)
I don't see anything in those pictures that concerns me. Minnesota plates? Did the car live in the rust belt? Paint looks newer? I would be under it looking for rust and checking every panel for repairs and filler.
Well , I'd say - yes , if the price is good / or / close . It's almost just like my car :
L 6 ; rubber floor mats ; no window chrome (but, I do have the side trim strips).
Then, already a stick shift car : I had too change mine over . Hey , man - any type of 4speed would sure make
it a very cool / fun car for making those 'Friday night cruise night runs' .
you get my vote for sure . . I even like th' " S/S " wheels .
Then , Stuart is exactly correct - you can spend alot more $ $ $ & time doing a full restore , on another car.
I love the car (except the chrome headlights). I would prbly also change to a sbc, but that is the original color on my 72, cant remember what its called but I really like it. Very nostalgic. Around here, that car would go around 35k