Hey Smitty, we had that same bathtub when we lived in Scranton.
When we were selling the house, these people wanted to buy it but wanted a inspection done to see if there were any problems. I got the report back from the real estate agent and it listed "black electrical tape on trap drain under kitchen sink", "Bathroom tub faucet stuck on shower". I knew the black electrical tape was there when we bought the house, it never leaked, i had the new plastic pipes but never got around to fixing it. The bathroom i knew was stuck on shower but we didn't care about that so i never fixed it. The real estate agent said they wanted it fixed, i went back and forth saying the house is sold as-is blah blah(they already talked me into leaving the new fridge and new dryer). She was like" if you really want to sell this house you will do what the buyers want or you might lose the sale". So i go up to Lowes and buy the cheap tub shower fixtures, when i get home i realize there is no access to the fixtures as it was tiled over with the pink tile after they were installed. Called up the real estate lady and said "here is the deal, I'll buy the supplies to fix the kitchen and bathroom and the buyers can install it " So said ok, deal done.