I spent the better part of a year looking for a 6.2l K20 Suburban and finally found one that I convinced myself was a good deal. Traded a Honda generator and $200 for an '85 Silverado with a 6.2l, towing package, 4.10s, and a blown trans. What started as a simple trans replacement has turned into an engine rebuild, NV4500 swap, more money spent at rockauto.com than I wanted to for small stuff, pulled the carpet and put in the rubber floor covering, added manual hubs and so on. I bought this for camping and EMP resistance because I like to be ready. I thought I was going to retire from the Corps out in here in Twentynine Palms two years from now, but an opportunity came up and we are headed to the east coast in the spring. So now I am four months from moving with a titled driving project vehicle that needs the trans rebuilt, 3rd gear syncro is gone, and tires. Do I keep it and pay the $1500 to ship it across country or sell it, take my losses and try to find an similar vehicle on the other side of the country? The pluses of the Suburban is ZERO rust, typical high desert faded paint and the drive train I wanted. Minuses are stated above. Throw out your opinions.