Story for y\'all esp. Blazer4x4ngKid This one's for you Blazer4x4ngKid, it's a true story and I hope it motivates you while your K5 is still at large. Two years and nine months ago, my uncle's truck got stolen. It was an 88 Z71 4x4, pretty much stock, but nice. Not only was it stolen, but it was stolen while he was down in Tijuana at some wrestling matches. I was pretty sure he'd never see it again, but when ever the topic came up he always said that he felt he'd find his truck some day, and find it he did. Last Thursday when I got to my mom's house to pick up my daughter, my mom mentioned that the there was a message from the California Highway Patrol on the answering machine about some stolen vehicle being recovered. The message was very vague, didn't say any name or vehicle type. It only said a reported stolen vehicle had been recovered in Hermosillo, Mexico, 1,000 miles away in the Sonora desert. I quickly called and sure enough the police officer on the other end said that the night before two stolen trucks had been recovered,and it appeared that one of them was my uncle's. My uncle called and Friday night he was on a bus on route to Hermosillo to pick up his truck. He had no clue as to what to expect. When he arrived he couldn't beleive what he saw. Not only had his truck been found, but it had obvisouly fallen in the hands of somebody who took care of it. During it's disappearance, only 5,000 miles had been placed on the truck. The truck was also painted. The truck is now green (used to be white) and they actually did a goood job painting it. They updated the grill on the truck, they also LIFTED it and put on new BFG 35" Mud Terrains on brand new Centerlines. We still can not believe it. My uncle said yesterday, "I know I'm awake, but I feel I'm dreaming". Alex, I know you probably wouldn't get your truck back in the condition my uncle got his, but I want you to remember how important it is for you not to give up hope. I really wish you find your rig, and soon, take it easy! It's not what you buy, it's what you build!