Here’s an adorable Wurlitzer spinet that is clean, fairly new, and cosmetically very good. You’ll be impressed, like we are, with the easy action and nice happy keys.
Wurlitzer pianos were built very well and are extremely durable. This is one of the reasons that several survive today. They are in no way on par with the build quality you get from a Yamaha, Steinway or Kawai, but compared to a modern piano built in the Far East over the past several years? I’d pick the Wurlitzer 99% of the time.