I want to say it's gorgeous but.... what I really mean is it will be once you get through improving its condition from where it is to where you will take it to. Everything you do will be making a significant or highly noticeable improvement.
Behind the barn or neglected project rescues can be very rewarding.
It looks like the axle/suspension is letting it ride very low. Based on the line of the wheel well opening going across the wheel a fair amount below the tire itself.
I don't know the Eco
suspension but if it is a torsion axle
like a Scamp
that would indicate a need for a replacement. The good news is those axles last 20 to 30 years so probably not going to need to do it twice.
Love the inset tail lights
and crank open windows
Someplace I have a diagram of how to use that tarp track with a standard nylon or poly tarp by making simple hangers. Make your own Awning Track Hangers | PopUpPortal
You can get nice tarps with a line sewed into edge to feed into the track but I find these homemade hangers work well and allow me to use cheap $5 tarps that will tear apart before the track pulls loose and can be replaced at any walmart. For nice weather or big shade I have a large nylon tarp that I use the same hangers with.