Presuming everything works on this if I were in the area I'd snap it up in a heartbeat! These machines are serious workhorses and will run non-stop all day in a cafe setting with as minimal maintenance as you will find. Feed it good water and with new grouphead gaskets and o-rings every year or two and you'll have decades of use from it. In a home setting the contactor will most likely never again have to be replaced. Depending on it's past history/use at some point in the next 10 or more years it will probably need a new pump, heating element, or pressure stat. At which point it'll be good for another 20 years of home use.
If not pulling back to back shots Cimbali's run hot but it's easy to figure out the cooling flush that brings them to proper temp and that process will consistently yield the same result every time.
Java "Lots of bang for the buck here!" phile