Ok got the PPI done today. Overall very good, they said it's a nice clean car. Something like ~200 level 1 overrevs and nothing else which he said indicates the car has been babied it's whole life. They noted the front pads and rotors were down to maybe 25% of their usable life and would need replaced soon, and the rear tires were getting close to the wear bars and would need replaced soon.
As far as actual problems the only thing they found was some slight damage under the front lip. They said there's a bit of a gouge there you can only notice if you're really looking and that there was red clay/dirt up in there. No major damage so they didn't think it had been in an accident but said it looked like someone had pulled off the road onto a soft shoulder and went over a rock. The car according to carfax has lived in palm springs it's entire life so I can see that happening in the desert. No other signs of damage or accidents. They also noted a slight shimmy and a little bit of a pull when driving and suggested a wheel balance and alignment.
Other than that everything else was great. The dealer selling it has a service shop so I asked them to throw in the wheel balance and alignment with the deal and they're good with that. So shouldn't need much other than a set of tires and brakes in probably the next year.
Other than some interior cosmetics maybe The center console does have some peeling paint which seems to be very common on these. I think I'm going to attempt to paint it to match the body since a rattle can of that is only $20 (plus some clearcoat and plastic primer). If it doesn't turn out well I'm not really out much money, but I can paint it a lot cheaper than buying a replacement or buying a painted one. I also would like to get some upgraded armrests (center console lid and door pocket lid) as in the base they seem kind of cheap and hard. But holy crap are those expensive. Suncoast is like $700 for a leather center console lid! Hopefully I can find some more reasonable options... Or just learn to live with it.