When I bought my CJ7 I was informed to pay close attention to the body mounts and make sure they were in decent condition. I was told that is a very common trouble spot.
Other than that man from the outside it looks pretty nice. Have him pop the hood and just make sure everything looks in order. Make sure it drives well (keep in mind it is a jeep
Check underneath it and make sure there's nothing super major to be concerned about.
There are a bunch of "common problems" with jeeps as I'm sure you will learn when you do buy one. But most of the solutions to those problems have been mainstreamed here and shouldn't be a huge deal getting it taken care of.
Good luck again,
1986 Jeep CJ7 (
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Remanufactured 258, ARB lockers front & rear, 4.10 Yukon gears, 35x12.5" Super Swamper SSR's, Motorcraft 2100, 4.5" Rubicon Express Extreme-Duty lift, York 210 OBA, Big Daddy steering, Tatton rear CV driveshaft, Herculined interior, TJ flares, lots of body & upholstery work