There are a lot of warnings in the description:
"Runs well, some engine work has been done."
Okay, what work?
"...have put a new valve cover on it and a blow out on it."
Okay, why? and what is a 'blow out'?
"It looks like a show car."
No it doesn't.
"The tires are new and worth about 2500 bucks."
no, they're worth what someone will pay for them.
"No rust at all on the car. "
This is not a car.
"This car runs great for around town, but has never been tested for any long trips or everyday driving. It is definatly a second car toy, not an everyday driver. "
'Everyday' driving is
around town for most people. A vehicle either runs right or it doesn't. If it has problems, then you need to detail those to potential buyers, or else offer such a low price that people will accept the risks.
Finally, the title is listed as "Title: Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed" which is a big red flag. You might check your local and state laws to see what this means and why. Perhaps the thing was totaled.
I would get a close look at this thing in person before handing over any money. I would of course seek a much lower price than the guy is asking. There are a lot of questions here. It could be a perfectly viable CJ, but you need to get a good understanding of what you're getting into.