Ok, just to pick it apart a bit. LOL!
Poor guy is trying to get his investment back, too bad that never works in real life. But I kinda hope he gets it. Makes mine worth a whole bunch more.
It has a new 'rebuilt' engine that looks to have been never started, 0 wear in any pulleys and all spanking fresh filters so the engine is an unknown with a turned down crank to boot. For that price, I would expect a new crank, not one peeled down skinny.
The tranny and T-case have been rebuilt, again never driven on so who knows if the rebuild took.
The speedometer has been zeroed or it has 5K miles, (not on that engine) or the guy has no clue?? Most folks also show the speedo with the engine on so you know the gauges actually do something. (again implying the engine may not even run)
He has the worst set of spark plug wires I have ever gotten suckered into buying, Accel. They all fell apart the first time I checked my plugs after a rebuild and got way back in the bush for 2 weeks. I checked them because it was missing, turns out it was the wires, all the ends fell off on both sides. Had to limp out 100 miles to get 'real' plug wires, OEM.
The body mounts are missing their core parts and will soon blow (one shown is already blowing out sideways) out if not repaired correctly which implies the builder did not know even the basics, doesn't bode well for the rest of the quality.
Poly mounts all around, it will vibrate and you will feel every bump and burp of the ground and engine.
Reverse shackles up front are well, iffy.... Nose dive time!
The exhaust is 'extremely' dangerous and totally illegal in most places. Having it come out in front of the wheels is fine for a track vehicle, but the exhaust will vortex in the wheel well and you will get carbon monoxide poisioning.
Most places require the exhaust to exit 'behind' any passenger compartments and Jeep specifically has the tailpipe coming out on a 45 angle off the corners between the rear frame and spring. The spring shackle may interfere with this proper fitting even, that back shackle doesn't look 'right'.
He thinks it is an SUV? My CJ is registered as a UV or utility vehicle, SUV's didn't exist back then.
Just to play the devil's advocate...