The finish isn't that big of a deal at all to me. Guitars are meant to be played. It's the pickup swap and state of electronics I'd be a little unsure of, I've heard mixed reviews and zero personal experience. Pickup swap is part of the game, and not the end of the world, except my SC58 gold top came with 57/08 I wouldn't change for the world..
The fret wear would be my biggest concern. Admittedly (bonus points) by the seller they have wear, he runs 11s, and it's seen some miles. Fret job from PTC is expensive and local isn't cheap either. Any quality fret job is going to cost and it's not something in my wheel house, yet.
Considering only those factors I personally wouldn't be a buyer at that price. There will be more cash to outlay, and I've done better for less, even during covid. Now if he would negotiate that's another story.. Goldtops Rock!
Another factor that's an unfortunate reality for the seller is selling a guitar in this shape on reverb can be tricky. Buyers can be ridiculously picky upon arrival, some deserved and others not so much. Heck he's inadvertently inviting problems by listing as Good but mentioning Fair in his description. He may get someone that's a good buyer and all good or he can get a buyer like my buddy's horror story of a guitar in similar condition. Bottom line is a localish buyer is a HUGE upside for the seller.
Goldtop tease cause it never gets old looking at her..