How about starting with the basics. Take it for a test drive. It has about 4" more lift than it needs to clear those tires, so with that much lift it may not drive all that well. See if it wanders all over the road from not having enough castor. See if it has driveline vibrations, and that means you're going to have to get it on the interstate and drive it at 75 to 80 mph for a few minutes. See if it has death wobble. Hit a few potholes or man hole covers to see if you can cause a death wobble. Has the prior owner regeared the axles, or is he trying to turn those tires with 3.21 gears and that gutless wonder of a 3.8 engine under the hood.
Then, after you've determined it is mechanically sound, and not a total pig to drive, then start to talk price.
And finally, if you want a black Jeep, buy a black Jeep. Don't buy a white Jeep with the intent of painting it black. Changing the color on a vehicle is expensive.
2017 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Recon; 35s - no lift, Warn 9.5 XP-S, ARB Twin Air, SPOD
2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk (wife's Jeep)
2016 Ram Laramie 3500 Megacab 4x4; 6.7 CTD, Aisen, AEV Prospector conversion; 37s, 4.10s, Warn 16.5K
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