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You may want to look into some upgrades for this...........just because there are some improvements since then. IF the tires are more than a few years old, you might need some new ones..........they get brittle sitting around. Better shocks are available from Koni or Bilstein. The length and overhang might need addressing as you didn't mention which model you are thinking about. Service records would be really helpful and having a certified technician look at this for you would be a great idea. ALL the systems have to be working and you personally see that. IF they aren't, that can be expensive and you would need to take this into account on the price. Take it for a drive along with whoever is doing the survey for you. Be sure that you check the transmission out. How many miles are on this? Google the year, make and model "For Sale" and see what they are going for to help establish fair price. Hope this proves helpful here. Please get back to me with any other questions or concerns as all follow ups are included here and expected. Thanks!