I'm doin' it. Some of y'all already know I'm friggin nuerotic. I've finally decided after months of "yes, I'll sell it. No I can't bear to part with her", she's gotta go, or she'll die waiting for me. Yes, it's my K5. I'm going to put it on ebay and stick a sign in the window locally. I generally suck at remembering all the stuff needed, but because ebay doesn't let you update once a bid's been placed, I want my ad to kick arse on the first shot. Plus, I get so used to things being a certain way, I forget if something's broken or modified... The current "ad" is here: My overgrown baby. I left a buncha stuff out that I'm not sure I'm ready to sell with it (want to transfer it to another K5 in a couple years). Second alternator, spare front driveshafts, spare steering boxes, sliders, manual hubs, on-board air system parts, etc. Let me know if you see anything in the photos I should include as a selling point (i.e. I forgot to include the CB antenna, ancient CB, tranny cooler, secondary electric fan, etc). I have to sell it. Reality is, if I keep driving her as a DD, I'll keep going broke from gas, and keep wearing on the stuff I don't have time to fix. If I park her, she's going to turn oxidation-brown real quick. To keep myself from being pissed and feeling like I wasted the truck, and to keep the truck from being wasted, I have to pass her off to someone that can love her better than I can right now... One benefit of selling her; I can get a motor, and rebuild it with no pressure... I gotta burn this photo, too. Every time I look at it, I want to run home, take the top off, and go tearing into the woods. Not gonna help me part with it... So, what do you guys look for when you check out a truck to buy? Good you look for, bad you look for? What are problems I need to point out that are common among our trucks? - Important to buyer What are positive selling points I can add that are common to our trucks? - Important to me BTW, I'm really looking for advice on making an effective, honest ad, not trying to sell it to you guys.