I second ronjazz's idea.
I would suggest calling the seller and speaking. Sometimes, talking is much easier to give out information than writing text. You can also get a good idea about the seller too.
You have long years of playing steel string and electric, so you can make some kind of judgment about sound and playability and condition.
When you test drive the guitar, take some photographs of the headstock, tuning machines, rosette, top, and back and post them here for more advice.
Looking at the label I can see it is an estudio model or student and entry level classical guitar and the "C" indicates the top is made of cedar wood.
Welcome to the forum, Darren.