Could be a cool amp. Since you're somewhat new to guitar amps, I'd suggest having a guitar buddy check it out with you, and hear your axe through it.
Good call; it could
be a cool amp- depending on the condition it's in; or it could
be a 'restoration/repair-project' which could result in a cool amp.I'm gonna hazard a guess that you'd prefer a very usable amp right off the bat, and that a relatively newer amp that's merely "used" and not necessarily "vintage" might better suit you.
Still, it bears looking into- I wouldn't want to steer you away from what could turn out to be a favorite gem for you for years to come...
In general, if it's in good shape with decent filter-capacitors (always eventually need to be replaced, like tires or batteries) and decent tubes and a healthy enough speaker, it should sound and feel something like a warmer, darker, softer cross between a vintage Fender Deluxe and a vintage Fender Princeton (non-reverb models), maybe comparable to a similarly powered vintage Gibson. If in good health, it would probably work well with a Tube Screamer style overdrive-pedal for blues and low-volume blues-rock tones and the like.