See if you can leave a deposit and try it out. Check the bellows for any pinholes and if it is still flexible and agile. If the bellows is in good to excellent shape it is worth the $99 just to get the bellows. Depending on the extension of the bellows you could easily get twice that much for it on Ebay.

Also check the back. Make sure there is no warpage of the ground glass frame and that the springs hold the back tight.

If bellows and back look good it is a bargain even with the limited movements. Holders are not that difficult to get used. They seem to come up on Ebay quite frequently and I think MPEX lists used ones often.

Finally, if you don't mind the wood not matching exactly, you could probably construct a new front standard that would incorporate swing and tilt. plenty of ideas on the DIY sites for LF.