It looks alot like a Lucky enlarger I have, simple little condenser enlarger. As long as you have the negative carrier and a good lens (if the one on it came with the enlarger you may want to upgrade), it show be fine. After all, it's the lens that makes the image.
I recently rehabilitated a Hansa dichroic, and passed it on as part of a 'darkroom in a box' kit that I put together out of things surplus to me.
So now I have a happier wife, since I have less 'junk' in the house.
I also have a young work mate tickled to be able to start printing again after his last available darkroom evaporated when he left uni.
The Hansa's build quality was alright. I had to make a clip to pick the lamp (an MR16 type affair) back into the middle of the optical path; the original one was missing.
I also added a couple of screws into the factory tapped holes to hold the diffusion box into alignment.
I made a 6x6 neg carrier out of foam core and 4 ply mat, since it only came with a 35mm carier, and the coverage was good for 6x6.
Given the obscenely low values of darkroom equipment, I actually think that it's priced fairly high. I vaguely remember these from (I think) late 60s and 70s. A basic light bulb in a shell above a lens carrier. If it was a B22 or Durst or Beseler I say fine - even at a higher cost. But $40 for what is essentially a give-away enlarger plus what appears to be a fixed format easel seems high. I seriously doubt the seller is being inundated with offers.
There are so many good small format enlargers looking for a home I think it's counter-productive to spend time and money on this one. Just my 2 cents.