Hi Jim, Welcome! That does not look too bad, if as stated the electrics are all working - headlights etc. Good idea to poke in under the dash and see if the wiring is neat and orderly or a rats nest of splices etc. If you find bad wiring and are good at it yourself it would be a bargaining point on the price. Interior is not really all that difficult. There are patterns that came with the original build kit for all the panels. Since you know Corvairs the car would be a shoe-in. Take it for a drive and check it out! Looks good to me!
Quote & Pix From Brian Boggs, Senior Member & inventor of "The Bradley Lift" - - - Here is how I lifted mine by myself. Four posts made up of two 2x4's with a spacer between them. Drilled holes every five inches for a carriage bolt. Positioned them by the wheel wells and slid another 2x4 through from one post to the other. Lifted at each corner one hole at a time. Then when its up you can slide the pan out to work on it then put it back when you are done.
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None of the glass in a GT2 is flat except maybe the little sliders on the side. If you are referring to the sky-facing panels, they are tinted lexan or whatever plastic you favor. They are also curved but you could accomplish that with a heat gun after you cut them to size. Some 2's I've seen have the rubber seal wrapped on the panel, I like it on the support lip, makes a neater tighter job, Good Luck!