It looks a little worse for wear (what Niva doesn’t, especially with that kind of mileage) but it’s a ‘98, so not only is it one of the last sold in Canada, there’s a slim chance it has mpfi. I’m not sure why this guy thinks aligning the transfer case requires new holes, I’ve generally just done it by putting the t-case in neutral, loosening the four bolts, starting the engine, putting the trans in fourth, and either leaving a brick on the gas pedal or having a volunteer hold the engine at 3000 rpm, crawling back underneath and tightening the bolts. I used the google, as recommended by this seller, and found that method.