Yes, that is a crazy cheap price for Key Factor 5-string! While this bass sounds fantastic and plays great with low action, the truss rod is maxed out, so if you use heavy, high-tension strings, it likely won't work for you. Also, there was a thin crack in the rosewood grain from the nut to first fret that was filled with epoxy. I had my luthier inspect it and it wasn't worth re-doing as it's a clean repair (pictures below).
I'm assuming from the serial number that it's a 2002, but you Factor fans can correct me if I'm wrong. It's got some light scuffs and bumps from normal wear (all pictured below), but no major uglies. Pics show the bass with the old flatwounds, but new strings have been installed (40-120 stainless). A beat up generic case or gig bag will be included.
Neck: Hard rock maple; bolt on
Fingerboard: Laminated hard rock maple or East indian rosewood; 7 1/2 inch radius
Scale Length: 34 inches
Number of Frets: 24; side dash (TM) position markers
Truss Rod: Single; adjustable at headstock
Tuners: Schaller custom designed
Neck Width at Nut: 1 3/4 inches
Neck Width at 24th: 2 7/8 inches
Bridge: Hard-coat anodized super-alloy aluminium with individually adjustable saddle barrels
Bridge Spacing: .700 inch
Pickups: Two Kubicki humcancelling
Controls: Two stacked pots (Vol./Pan, Treble/Bass boost); rotary selector switch with three passive, two active and standby playing positions
Overall Length: 46 3/4 inches
Body Length: 19 1/2 inches
Body Width: 13 1/2 inches
Body Depth: 1 5/8 inches
Weight: 8 lbs
Color: Metallic Blue SELLING FOR $999 INCLUDING SHIPPING IN THE CONTINENTAL US (AK, HI, PR, Guam are extra). International shipping is no problem, just PM for a quote.