I was on my usual 3hour drive home every other friday, and there was a Gentleman Jim truck for sale on the side of the road. So I stopped just to check it out for fun because I've never seen one in person. The guy is off his rocker. He's got $8500 on it! Now if it was in good condition, I could mabey see it. But this thing was beat and not even close to original which his price is suggesting it is. faded paint, holes cut in kick panels, seat cover, missing the special embroidered floor mats, missing original special gold carpeting, missing original 454 engine (he had a 400 in it), cracked up gold dash, missing special extra "passing beams" (driving lights), missing SS spalsh guards, missing GJ tonnoau cover, 70some thousand miles. Body was is good shape, little rust, and not dented up. But, to me it looked like just a regular old 1975 GM pickup. Amazing what people think they can get for things. ABout the only thing gentleman jim about the truck was the sticker on the bedside and the gold/black paint job. For those that don't know, the GJ was a special edition truck in 1975, only about 1000 or so were made according to the best esitmates. http://www.73-87.com/Special_Editions/factory_trucks/Gentlemen_Jim/jim3.jpg I mumbled to myself "good luck with that one buddy" and continued on my trip home.