The FG-200 is said to be just as good as the famed FG-180, without the red label and the high prices.
I found this on OfferUp.com. He was asking $125. Said it was only played a few times. I offered $100, he accepted. He's in college in Boston so I went to his house 35 minutes away, his Father would be there. His son only played it a few times but it doesn't look like anyone had played this guitar much. Very minty, You'd never know it's 43 years old. EXCEPT, the neck projects 1/8" below the bridge (BAD!) and the action is over 1/8". Since the bridge is only 1/4" high and only 1/16" of saddle sticking out, there's no way I can lower anything enough to make it playable. I was very disappointed so I declined it. We drove away and hit the local mall. My wife says I should call back and offer $75. I did and he accepted.
It also came with a soft case in so-so condition and a small guitar stand. Those are probably worth $20.
The tuners are a bit oxidized (possibly zinc plated) but not pitted, they should polish up nicely. The frets have only the tiniest amount of wear in the first position, not noticeable unless you get a couple inches away.
Since it needs a neck reset and I already have 3 or 4 guitars in line, I'll probably just clean it up, ramp the bridge and put some strings on it and play it for what it is. The sound with almost no string break angle and 5 very old dead strings is quite loud. It should be fairly amazing.