Our GS was dropped off this afternoon, came from CA to OK on a hauler. It was discussed on this forum so there's a thread on it about it, when it was for sale on eBay, so I won the auction.The condition was about as described and expected. I don't know that I got a great deal, but I'm comfortable with what I paid, and I like it. My wife really, really likes these cars, memories from years ago. I however, have not had a Buick in my driveway before so this will be a bit different. Once off the hauler, it was pretty rough starting, lots of coughing, stalling and dying. Maybe some crap in the bottom of the tank got sloshed around in the gas? She finally stayed running but sounded like there might be a miss. Per the PO (he had it about a week) the engine was freshened or rebuilt and has very few miles on it. I'm not exactly sure what was done to it. Pretty much no brakes, knew they needed work, but the rear reservoir of the MC was empty and the passenger rear tire was pretty wet on the inside from the fluid leaking. The rear lights were on and stayed on regardless, not sure what that is about, whether tail lights or brake lights. Drove it about a quarter mile to the house and backed her into the driveway. So I've got some things to go over and get fixed. - Fix the brakes. Drums all the way around on 14" wheels. Appears at least one wheel cylinder needs replaced but I'll know what's going on once I get all the wheels off. - Chase down the electrical hiccup, rear lights staying on and a turn signal not working. - Find out if I actually have a miss when it's running. Seemed to idle rough. - I've got shocks to install on the front and need to get the exhaust squared away. PO had bought the shocks and an X-pipe. He also cut off the tail pipes right at the glasspacks at the axle. Something about chrome tips I think. Any input/suggestions are appreciated. I've got some but not a lot of experience wrenching on cars. My biggest concern is the engine and the wire chasing - if it's much of a problem at all. Thanks.