Some random thoughts on posts/links above. Any prospective Bombard/Zodiac for purchase does need very careful examination when 10-12yrs old for glue failure even if outwardly it looks immaculate and cared for. Also with the Aerotecs check for air floor leaks on edges/corners due to chaffing.
Accepting the Aerotec is regarded as a holy grail by some then I'm not sure the one Max linked to was such a daft price if mint and totally fault free.
Bombard - aerotec 380 RIBs and Inflatable Boats for sale in Staffordshire, West Midlands :: Boats and Outboards
After all you could be happy finding a nice one (boat only) and doing a deal around £850. Then you might spend another £250 on transom wheels and pump bringing the cost up to £1100. That guy asking £1195 with those bits included would probably drop to £1100 or perhaps lower if you were there with the cash so it's not a totally mad price if you are open to buying boat/outboard separately.
His caravan/drive etc looked tidy too which always helps first impressions.
This is the Zodiac Stevo mentioned for £1800...
Zodiac 3.4mtr Active V Inflatable Dinghy and Yamaha 2 Stroke 9.9/15hp Outboard | eBay
It is the same Zodiac as mine which in many circumstances is a totally acceptable alternative to an Aerotec... because they will both pack down easily in the car, setup quickly and get you on the water... but if you are set on an Aerotec I wouldn't consider it.
At £1800 it's sort of OK as you could perhaps get it for £1700 then sell the trailer (assume you aren't towing) for £200 leaving a £1500 outfit.
My worries for that particular one is that you could be just a year or two from boat glue failure... also I never allow full value on an outboard uprated from 9.9 to 15 over one that was made as a 15.
I've looked back at your posts and not noticed your max budget... that does make a big difference to what folks might advise.