Hello, if any of you read the new-members post I laid you already know my situation. I am purchasing a '91 Jimmy 350 4x4 later today with 144k original miles. What the buyer (a friend of my roommate's girlfriend) has told me is he has owned the truck since 95. It was used as a DD and hunting truck, and it never went through any major service. He has changed the oil religiously and the transmission was serviced/resealed last year because a leak sprung when he was towing a trailer. The truck itself has no major body damage. There is no rust in/near the wheel wells. It looks like the only rust is minor-surface rust on top of the cabin and a slight amount on the hood and near lower windshield. Mechanically, it sounds very solid. The A/C is not currently working, but I'm not too concerned as it is almost winter. Is there anything I should worry about with this truck? Anything I should check/do immediately. It has been sitting for about a year now, as the owner purchased a new Z71. He says he started it up pretty often until the battery died. When we jumped it, the truck had cables connected maybe 20seconds before he turned the key...and it fired right up. I was very suprised as I am coming from owning an 88 Porsche for the past 6 years (nothing was easy with that car, except accel and braking). The truck will be my DD for the next year, until I graduate with a EE degree from UT Austin. I'm purchasing this truck for 1500. I have about 1k to play with as far as purchasing immediate needs for the truck. The interior is pretty clean, blue vinyl buckets. The only things I saw wrong were a cracked dash near the speaker openings and a tear in the driver's seat. I can buy new covers for the seats, where are the best/inexpensive cloth seat covers? Do they make decent direct replacements for the dash which are inexpensive or is a carpeted dash cover the way to go? Thanks for the help. I used to be an active member of the Rennlist Porsche forums and I look forward to bringing my knowledge to the table once I get a chance to wrench a bit on this truck!