This truck has been on the side of a local road near me for over a month. I stopped to check it out on 12/15, then got distracted and didn't follow-up on it. I stopped by and got the number off the windshield again this morning, then I just went over and heard it run tonight. We couldn't take it for a drive cause one tire was flat, and we think it ran out of gas. It sounds like a dragster, headers into strait pipes, dumping behind the doors. It ran pretty good, took a little effort to fire it up, I have a feeling it was warmed up earlier in the day, it's been sitting for months and started way too good for a 200k carb'd truck.. It ran ok when it didn't stall out, revved when I gassed it. -It has an SM465, but I couldn't test it because it stalled out and we think it was out of gas. -Any ideas on the TC? It was big, looked gear driven and part-time. 205? -Rockers are rusted out -There are stickers all over the cab (I hate stickers) -Underbody is a little rusty, but not that bad. -It's barebones, the only pulleys on this motor are the main, water pump, and alternator. I was thinking of getting it to beat up, throw junk in to transport, maybe put a plow rig together, and go wheelin again. But I have doubts about driving this thing 3 hours to serious wheeling spots, and I doubt my little LS will happily trailer it. The minivan will most definately not. It's basically a POS, but it's a functional (supposedly) half ton 4x4. That's the big appeal to me. Well, that and no emissions, so we could put a jet engine under the hood and still pass inspection. If I had garage space, I'd immediately buy it and tuck it away to work on with my boy(s), maybe spend some time on it with him and make it his first car. Er, maybe second...my first car didn't last too long. Maybe I can buy it and rent arizona storage space from one of you guys. I'll load my bike in the back and drive out, then ride home. Do I sound like a desperate rider trapped by winter?