This guy wants $6500 for the 69 pickup, there is no rust on it anywhere anymore (he's a body shop owner) and instead the entire interior is covered in bedliner. It has a D60 rear end and either D44 or D60 front end, can't really tell due to never having seen either one up close. I like the truck, but he admitted that it is still a project truck, and is far from complete. He then mentioned his 70 k5, and my ears perked up like a dog on point... I asked if I could see it, and followed him home. This thing looks bad ass!!! It's all hugger orange, including the American Racing wheels (which I'd end up swapping for wagon wheels anyway.) It also has no rust anywhere on it, and is also completely covered in bedliner on the inside because of the top off feature... the interior resoration was done about 4 years ago, and after close inspection, I couldn't find any rust. The rocker panels and bottom quarter of the doors are coated with "anti-rock rash" paint. It's got a TH400, lots of power, but the brakes go down to the floor... try coming to a stop from 50mph on a test drive... it takes way too long... at the least, it will require a brake job, a tune up, a good interior cleaning (the steering wheel is sticky from having a cover on it) and a couple of new pedals... (the go pedal on both trucks seems to be missing.) I asked what he had into the truck and he said $7000-7500. His wife wants him to get rid of it, but yet he prices it as though it's all brand new work done on it. He wants $6500 for it... This isn't like a street seller either, I can't tell the guy it's going to take a good $2-3000 to get the thing road worthy again, since all he does is restore vehicles... In Wisconsin, this 70 K5 may very well be worth $6500, in mint condition, but this is far from mint... What do you guys think about it?