Yes, I purchased the car "AS IS", I understand that with a used car, especially one that is 50 years old there is a high opportunity for issues. I also expect the sales guys to have enough integrity when it comes to classic cars to be up front and honest not your typical "used car salesman". The car is great as far as the undercarriage, body is in good condition, the paint is very nice and the interior is fair to good. The dash will need a lot of electrical work, but it was purchased as is. However, the engine does NOT have only 500 miles since overhaul or restoration, like the add clearly states. The car arrived with very little coolant in the system, what was there was dirty and thick like mud. The oil was about a quart low and also very old and dirty. I am very concerned about the engine, I have built photos and it appears that the engine has been misrepresented. I have reached out to Kevin the sales guy, isn't it funny when I have a concern they go radio silent, but when I am buying the phone hardly rings before I have a reply.....the customer service should go well beyond the initial romance for the sale, the sale, but well into the delivery and follow up.