There would be lots to consider. Perhaps the first item of concern might be the cause of the mast
separation. Chain plates, poor standing rigging
or perhaps wood rot
or metal fatigue. At any rate all would be suspect. If the current
owner had put lots of work into the interior
top and the price
is acceptable to you, she could once again be a fine boat.
Yes there is a lot of maintenance
on a Union Polaris with it's bright work but things of quality are worth the effort. When you pull into an anchorage with your bright work all shiny your pride of ownership
will be admired and you will know your rewards.
Best of Luck