I'm stuck in a sticky situation here. I'd owned my jimmy since I was around 12 years old. It was this vehicle that my dad and I spent many nights in the coldest part of winter laying on concrete with only a propane tiger torch (yes, open flame) to heat the area. It was this vehicle that I learned to respect horsepower and what it will do if you are not careful. It was also this vehicle that lead me to find this one of a kind online family. It was this vehicle I sat in many, many times before I got my drivers lisense dreaming of what I want to do with it. While listening to the stereo my dad and I installed. This was the vehicle that I learned about rust. This was the vehicle that made me love chevy/gm and all aspects of what they did. The Jimmy was also my first big project. It was also the first vehicle I attempted to rebuild something, the Q-jet (even though i'm still tuning it MANY months later) and its the first rebuild that I tried to grasp all the information I could. Many things have changed since my dad passed away. This vehicle holds more memories than I can count with my dad and I. From working on it together, to working together to get it paid off. It holds many memories. Like I said, things changed. We moved to a new house this summer, I bought a more fuel efficent truck. I'm planning to move away from my home for school, whether it be western Canada, or southwestern U.S.A. . I've been thinking, and my mom and other relatives have mentioned if I should sell the Jimmy or not. It has not been driven for a long time, and it won't be unless I can afford to insure 2 vehicles; the jimmy and the yoter. With my not having a job-yet. And being in school 10/12 months out of the year its hard to make enough money for gas with a 350, let alone upgrades and other esentials when the time calls. And I think insurance for people my age is around 1500-$2000 per vehicle. So its going to hurt if I insure both of 'em. I don't know what my plans are. As some may remember I had high dreams for the red blazer which came crashing down when my brain came to reality. But I may have to sell the Jimmy. Whatever happens, I know i will buy not one, but a few more after I get out of college or University. With the money I will spend some money fixing the toyota so its not so rusty, and also upgrade it a bit so I can wheel too. With the leftovers may make a savings account for school, or invest it for when I'm getting old. Who knows... I'm a teen, my mind changes 10 times a minute If I keep it I will probably keep it stock or add a lil lift and 35's and just have fun with it on weekends. As I can't afford metal, and crazy prices of tires... who knows!!!!!!!! comments? To let you know how much money I make, excluding extra cash from my mom, I made just over $3000.00 in the last 2-3 years most of that being from cutting lawn at this ladies house on the weekends. Hopefully I can find a good job soon to help me finish paying off my mom for the toyota truck.