If you ever wanted a 1990 (with 1994 front grill, not wrecked, changed for update) ext cab red Chevy, professionally lifted 3", 7" Pro-Comp Chassis lift, 36" swampers, 120k miles, driven about 10 miles in the last ten+ years, PM me. At 82k it was rebuilt professionally by Sid Dorn Chevrolet bumper to bumper by an anal owner. Owned by a hoarder friend of mine. Nice truck, just sitting in a garage throughout the whole last decade along with about 4-5 other vehicles. Just needs a new battery. The gas is it is the same gas fill-up done over 10+ years ago, without a preservative. It will probably still start right up with a good battery. Can be made like new with minimal effort. Probably drive it away for $3.5k. Worth $5k+; getting it out of the hands of a hoarder is another story. Was used as a 90s poser truck for the Rock N' Rodeo bar in Sellwood, never been off road its whole life. I think I have him open to the idea of accepting $3.5k cash for it. It will take a few days to access it, surrounded by 'collectibles' in a garage. The whole hoarder thing is not BS. Would have to be handled delicately. This guy would never advertize this for sale. The only way it would ever sell is upon is death, without my intervention. Mentioned to him that a couple people have asked me if I know of any early-90s Chevys for sale. I worked out the $3.5k price from looking on Craigslist and other sources and seeing other trucks that are not as nice going for $4.5k-$5k. The discount is for dealing with the hoarder factor. He won't want to let it go without a meticulous detail job, but that probably can be got around. Of course it will be dusty/dirty - it has been sitting for many years; the tires will be out of round for sure! - drive it, fixed. When cleaned up it will look shiny new. It is really probably the best example of an early 90s Chevy 4x4 out there. This is a guy that pulls over on the highway to get a bottle of windex out to clean a bird poop off his windshield. (OCD/ADD) I've known this guy for 20 years and can help. He has the truck titled in WA state, lives in Vancouver. Once you hand him $3,500 and get the title just get the he11 out of there LOL. The key would be saying that you have exactly $3,500 (no more, no less) to spend, that the truck needs 'a lot' of tender care, but it is exactly what you were looking for, etc. This is the only venue this 'ad' has placed. Will try to get pics next time by there.