Beware of idiots
Its a shame the original owner sold the wheels. That would be a deal breaker for me. Although the wheels are not serialized to the car, they would be an expensive add on. You would be looking at about 12K if you had to go out and find a set in excellent condition with correct tires.Wow, no Carbon Fiber wheels ? And a BLOCK Heater ??? I didn't even know that was a thing, especially in Texas...
The car has evidence of track use. The paint on the front end is full of rock chips and blemishes. Although a tow hook doesn't mean that the car has been tracked, 2+2= the car has probably seen some time on the road course. That isn't always a bad thing, but it is something to consider depending on the maintenance of the vehicle.
I always chuckle when people get these cars and try to put money in their pocket by selling one of the most important part of the car, the CF wheels.