Run. Dont do it. 220k is just too high for that price! I just bought a 2000 with 88k miles, stock, with the straight 6 for $6500. Engine bay looks pretty dirty, makes me think it was abused off road. Now I know I abuse mine off road, but when I bought it the engine was almost spotless, no one abused it before me. You can clearly see surface rust on that frame (and in the engine bay too), which means theres probably more rust inside the frame and at the typical rust spots. Tires say 15-25%, is that left or used? If its left to me thats taking away from the price right away because that'll be the first thing to change to make it safe. When I bought mine the tires were BALD, looking like slicks from a track car. He wanted $7500 for it, I told him it would cost me $800 in tires just to make it road worthy, that helped me beat him up on the price.
All in all, theres going to be a much better deal for less money.
Boom, 85k on the motor, but I still wouldnt go for the 4 banger
2000 Jeep Wrangler
Bam, Less miles than you were looking at, cheaper, and body looks better
Wham, SAME PRICE, 100k less, straight 6 and outside is super clean
1990 Jeep Wrangler Sahara