It's always hard to tell in photos but that looks really nice. You could go either way with it.
If you wanted to save time and money and just use for awhile while you decide what to do with it, then I'd go with some of the earlier advice: LED lights
, new power center, make sure everything works and is in good shape. Does it have a water pump? Making sure the electric and gas system is in good functioning shape is the first thing. Along with tires
and wheel bearings.
For me, I get the LEDs that are as warm as possible. I can't stand that harsh, sterile blue light
(not good for you either), but I think older folks like the cooler light
of LEDs since it helps them see better. Personally I get the LEDs that give off light
as close as possible to incandescent bulbs.