Nice looking Jeep.
High miles. IF you had the correct paperwork for the new engine, I would not pay more than $6500.00 for it.
Unfortunately, lift and other add-ons do not add much to the price. You may even be better off taking it back to stock, and selling the other junk separately.
Big Snorkel hole in the fender. Deduct $1000.00.
Don't look at KBB, not very good news.
At 160,000 miles, around $4500. At 20,000 miles around $9000.
But since only the motor has 20,000, I would guess somewhere inbetween.