well, truthfully you shouldnt look for anything . . . your surveyor should
All kidding aside you should have it professionally surveyed. I am in the marine biz and specialize in structural fiberglass (20 years) and even I have my boats surveyed. It is truly money well spent. You need a trained eye that is not excited about getting a new toy Give it a good look over as best ya can but make no deals till a pro (with references) looks at it. Look at gimbal condition and how loose it is. See if it has an hour meter and also how much of it is still factory OEM over any after market stuff. Pick the sellers brain to see what kind of person he or she is to give an indication as to how the boat was kept and treated. good luck, i always liked the Convincors and if i ever had a single screw that would probably be it. I would be very skeptical of 110 hrs on a 93 though, and that is most certainly a non stock engine. Still looks like a good price and if you can get them to budge on the number theres probably some room for any needed minor improvements it might need.