As long as there are no issues like excessive canting of the rear sight base, gas block, or front sight base, WASR 10/63's are good solid rifles that are compatible with the majority of AKM-spec parts and accessories. It has a hammer forged and chrome-lined Romanian barrel and it was assembled from the parts of a de-milled Romanian service rifle. It has a brand new Romanian semi-auto receiver. Based on the trunion markings, it was made from a 1968 dated rifle originally produced at the Cugir arsenal(the arrow in triangle mark). The wood furniture would have originally had a shellac finish, but they were imported with it sanded off and a simple oil-type finish applied.
You got a good deal on it, as new WASR rifles today are much more expensive and come with really soft wood stocks on them.