Is there any point? I have a 1997 C2500 I want to get rid of or convert to a SFA 4x4. I think I paid about 6k for it, I crashed it, had it repaired(full paint job but body work could be better, also never reported to insurance...), its a good truck, would be a great work truck, but it is 2wd and for towing I could use something better then a Vortec 350. With the price of gas ever rising, and only being 2wd, I'm thinking it will sit for a long time before it sells at even a price like 5k. It gets 17mpg which is great but still its less then 20 and some people have never gotten that little in their lives. What do you guys think? Why do I ask? I'm really considering scrapping my S10 project and puting my HP60 and 14 bolt under the C2500. I could have a winter vehicle, trail toy, fun lifted truck to roll around in. See, if I finish the S10, I have to trailer it. Getting that thing street legal looks like a daunting task. So I don't have a trailer to fit it on, nor do I have a truck I think is great to tow it with. Plus then I am paying to insure and gas up a tow rig that I will drive maybe once a week or when I tow it. Seems to me it makes better sense to build a less hardcore offroad toy that I can drive to the trails, drive back, and cruise to the local hangout on friday night. Lets face it, if I weren't building a lifted truck I'd be building a muscle car or some sort so I will always have a bad gas mileage toy. Thats why I have a Saturn to drive Eh, thoughts? Another issue is, I always make fun of people who are still making payments on a truck/jeep/whathaveyou that they have hardcore tricked out... and I'm still making payments on this truck. They are less then $200 a month I think, nothing that will be an issue when I get a job after school, just a factor.