fwiw, I wouldn't put much faith in a Carfax report on a D. Many state DMV records weren't computerized until the late 90s so anything that happedend to it before that, in terms of dealer repairs etc, won't have been captured.
The best thing is an inspection, which you have arranged, and then prioritize your spending based on those recommendations.
Out of curiosity, how may miles are on it? Do you know anything of its history before you got it (had it been stored for a prolonged period etc. Actually this is where a carfax can be useful as you can see the annual mileage between emissions if it was from a state where this was recorded)