Well, as a daily driver, I don't think that would be practical unless you have ready access to any and all parts that are going to wear out or break on you, ie the car will be parked at times waiting on repairs/parts. If you can't do your own work, you may find it hard to locate a shop who understands the workings of things like "carburetors" and setting the distributor points, plus no OBDII to plug into to diagnose the problem when the engine acts up. Gas mileage won't be great.How much should I offer if everything checks out? I need a 2nd vehicle. I'm torn between this or something newer. I'm going to use it as a daily driver. The guy sent me a video and some pic of the interior.