If it were in my area, I wouldn't buy it for anywhere near that price. I buy CJs all the time and for a rough body and shot engine you're going to have a ton of work & money in it. Even if you have the skills to do the labor yourself, you're looking at alot of time. I agree with the others, the GE trim package really doesn't add to the value unless it's in excellent condition. Based on description, and if it were in Texas where I live, I wouldn't pay over 2,500-3,000. I typically sell a nice solid stock-ish jeep CJ7 around the 4,500-6,000 mark (CJ5's are lower & CJ8's are higher). Anything over that price will sit on craigslist or in my front yard forever. I just sold a stock 1978 CJ7 with hardtop & hard doors, good body (needed paint), and an engine that leaked from the freeze plugs (needed replaced), and I was happy to get $3,000 for it. If you're fixing it up you can plan on $1,500 for a basic rebuilt engine and another $1,500 at least in body work. If it were me and I wanted to fix it up to keep it, I wouldn't mind spending the cash, but if you're just looking at turning around and selling it for a little profit you gotta get a bargin. Just my two cents based on my experience.