I don't want to sound unsympathetic or mean, but in its current form/style I personally wouldn't give $3000 for it... despite the overall good look of the bike, there are many non-stock parts I personally wouldn't care for (the exhaust is the least of it, no issue there) and unless you find someone who is interested in a scrambler with no front fender or gauges on it and who isn't concerned with the amount of deviation from stock components... and if they wanted those stock components on it they'd have to do it themselves, not often how people choose to buy a bike. Put differently, I think the bike would only sell for around $2000 to maybe $2500 here in Florida. I paid $1900 for my used CL450K5 3 years ago and he wanted $2200 for it, and it was all original except for paint job but things may well be different in your area
I think this comment sums it up, and I'd add that the stock gauges, headlight/ears and taillight would change the look back to stock enough instead of a less-attractive middle ground as Jake mentioned. I'd also tighten up the wiring and cables... IMO, the non-factory switches with the wires drooping off the bars is another area I'd not care for if I were looking at it (especially for the $3000 price). And you might as well put the stock chain guard back on as well, since at that point it will be so close to completely stock again that it would look odd without it. Aftermarket carbs and shocks are not an issue and I think that any educated buyer would understand that.It's because it doesn't quite look enough like a cafe racer or scrambler build like on instagram, to attract those buyers. And it won't attract buyers that want a stock bike (like the people here on the forum).
If I were you I would put the fender and side covers back on, and take some more dynamic photos, outdoors.
Great looking bike and reasonable price but the no speedo/mileage, mirrors, tach would be a deal breaker for me. At the end of the day it will be mostly a road bike.