I would also examine the wiring for a winch. May give you an idea of a half assed shade tree mechanic.
With 35s on the rear door, it’s only a matter of time before the stock tire carrier peels away.
I believe dealers stick a paint pen on parts and bolts they inspect and install. You could look at one of their showroom “built” Jeeps to see if what color they use.
Crawl under and take a peak at the skid plates. They’ll let you know if it was wheeled or not, while under there check the driveshaft boots.
Automatic Rubicon’s are NOT guaranteed 4.10 it’s possible it has 3.73s
Inspect ball joints for wear, tires for uneven wear.
Make sure he tries that rear wiper. Looks broken to me. In two pictures they left it hanging down.
Inspect the install of those rock sliders and body panels. A crap install on the tub stiffeners is going to cause a MAJoR rust issue. Especially in the salt belt. Not to mention if he decides to go boat sliders, or decides the powdercoating sucks on those and wants a different brand, the damage to the tub is done, and installing a different option may not be possible
In all honesty. Tell your friend to BE patient. There are, and will be much better deals than this thing. Two years ago I scored a 2012 Bone Stock Rubicon 2 door, with a manual transmission, 7k miles on the clock. All the right packages added. For 24k OTD