I've recently bought a second-hand Fuji Jari 1.7 (http://archive.fujibikes.com/2018/Fuji/jari-172). It's in good condition and works without problems, the only thing I'm slightly worried about is the carbon fork.
The fork has weird looks to it. On some areas of the fork it looks like there's some sort of weaving showing, in some places there are lines that look like something left over from molding during production. Some parts, when looked at at a certain angle, are kind of cloudy or milky.
I've never had any carbon on any of my bikes before, so I'm not sure what to think of it. Hopefully this is normal look of raw carbon covered with transparent finish?
Please take a look at the pictures and comment. Otherwise than the strange looks, the fork seems perfectly OK -- the surface is uniform, there's no visible damage apart from some minor scratches on the finish, there are no weird sounds when I tap the fork all over, etc.