My dilema is that I am not currently setup to keg & I don't have the spare cash for it right now (if I get kegs, then I'm gonna have to build a kegerator, draft tower, etc). She knows this and offered to buy the kegs and sell them to me afterwards. Am I stupid for even considering this? It would be my first time kegging and I fear something would go wrong and I would give her an inferior product.
The only downside I see is the cost to setup/maintain kegged beer at temperature. I have not invested in a separate keggerator or refrigerate yet. I've used a couple different setups in the 8 months I have been kegging... all work fine and contained costs until I finish my basement remodel. First, CO2/regulator (imho) mandatory to pressurize and dispense properly.
Serving options I used:
1) picnic tap with kegs in garbage can of ice water
2) jockey box - loaded with ice, kegs at ambient temps.
3) Since October I've been getting away with picnic taps on cellar cooled kegs at 50-55Ff for 6 months now, but know that will not last past April.
You can get away with picnic taps sitting in a refrigerator provided you have space.
Good luck - sound like a great opportunity, but your $ and space consideration should temper the excitement.