You seem to want to know all the faults. Is this really necessary?

Honesty is the best policy, most old cars need a little TLC which is what buyers will be expecting. Providing a detailed and honest overview of the vehicle from the beginning will help to avoid any disputes further down the line. Buyers will be interested in flaws and faults so they’ll know how much restoration or maintenance work will be needed in the future. Being honest about any flaws upfront will give buyers confidence and will ensure a smoother sale.