It looks cosmetic to me. Depends on cost and if you want a pristine rig. If the inside is good and everything works, it could be a nice entry level rig to get into. It's not new by any stretch. If the previous owners used it, and it looks like they did, I'm sure they enjoyed it. Front end looks like its been to a lot of fun places and has had a lot of road time. Or it got stuck behind a truck with no mud flaps on a gravel road the first trip out. Back end top, low branch in a national park with a bad spotter while parking. Wonder what that convention was like to watch. With use and age, things happen. If its solid and everything works and the price is right, I'd be more concerned with the condition of the tires and how old they are. Give it some thought, some not so attractive people are the best people to be around if their hearts are good. Enjoy!
Happiness only real when shared.
Christopher Johnson McCandless
2/12/68 - 8/18/92