Wow, I've probably blown some minds, as well as my own. /forums/images/icons/wink.gif Love my Blazer. It is built exactly as I want it to be. For those who don't know the history of the truck, here's the basics - -TPI406 motor with less than 5K miles on it. -All new from the frame down suspension - 4" TC HD springs, extended ORD shackles, all ORD greasable bolts/poly bushings -Dana 60 completely rebuilt 3K miles ago with Detroit Locker and Warn Premium hubs -14BFF completely rebuilt 3K miles ago by Wes (thatK30guy) with all new everything -Completely redone interior with in-dash tach, new dash pad, Flofit seats, new carpet/padding, custom side panels housing 10" MTX speakers, map light, Camaro steering wheel, etc. -New in the past year - 4 core radiator and all hoses, starter, master cylinder, T350 HD rebuild, u-joints, IROC fan motor, 2.5" exhaust from headers back with Catco high flow cats and Flowmaster 40's (sounds niiiiiiiiiiice). -Relocated shock mounts front and back with Rancho 9012's all the way around. -ORD Crossover steering with AGR box. -Warn M12000 winch with Warn Classic bumper. -Plenty more small stuff. So what's the problem? /forums/images/icons/shocked.gif 1. I don't have the free time to use it as it is built. My priorities are to my family, and will remain so. I coach soccer for my daughter, help out on softball, and whatever free time we have we do a LOT of camping. And I like it this way. /forums/images/icons/laugh.gif Should I have considered this size thing two years ago? Maybe. Water under the bridge now. 2. Not enough room to use the Blazer for camping. Two kids (with sometimes friends along), a big dog (named Chevy!) pulling a tent trailer and canoe just does not work with the K5. So we use my wife's new AWD Safari van...........but I'd rather not use it for camping. Pulls a tent trailer OK but not like a person used to stump pulling torque (like my Blazer has) is used to. Solution? Suburban ! Still has the Chevy component, is basically a stretched Blazer, can still be wheeled when set up right, and has all the room I'd ever need. Of course, it would have to be a pre-92 with solid axles and 3/4 ton, and preferably with a 454. Value of the Blazer - tough one. After reading the 'Trucks' TV Blazer info, if I take my time, it should sell for $12K. Parting it out I valued the trick parts alone at over $10K (and that was 'garage sale' pricing levels). If I decide to do this I am in no hurry, as I have an '89 S15 Jimmy to drive whether I part it out or keep it whole for sale. Am I nuts? (never mind, don't answer that /forums/images/icons/crazy.gif ) Opinions? Feedback? Anyone want it?