98 Extended cab, 3/4 ton, 454 http://newyork.craigslist.org/lgi/car/298514042.html He's asking $3k. It has 260k on the clock... He's did the tranny last year. The oil looked good, the exhaust was appropriate, it was pretty quiet, too. It drove OK, but needs antilock brake work, possibly more. The front end felt a little loose, but I didn't drive it long enough to get a real good idea. He said it'll need tie-rod ends, and I noticed one of the upper control arms bushing was a little chewed up. Definately needs some cleaning up, the body has plenty of nicks and dings, chipped paint, bedrails have bolt holes, interior is dirty, but it could probably clean up fairly well. The brake light was on when I started it, then later as I started the test drive, an "antilock brakes" light came on also. He said the first brake light was because the antilock had issues, but now that I think about it, why would GM put two brake idiot lights in?? I'm thinking maybe there's another problem with the brakes, but they stopped the truck fine, a little tight in the back, but he said he *just* adjusted them, so they'd need a little break-in. What I'm wondering is...Is this truck a great deal, or an ok deal? I'm tired of daily-drivers I have to spend time fixing, and this thing *hopefully* only needs minor things I can have a shop do without costing me a fortune. Is $3k right for it, about market value? Or is it worth it, and if I get fed up with nickel and diming, can I make my money back? Maybe I should I wait and get a loan for a truck in better shape for more money? Your thoughts, gentlemen.