Well I didn't get to wheel Dollar much at all last year. Several things have changed in my life. While the local wheeling is fun I want to get my kids out to see stuff more impressive then Tellico. Stuff like the painted desert and Yellowstone. I have the desire to build something new that I can do some cross country travel in with a camper in tow as well as being a camper for back country adventures. I really enjoy the build and What I'm looking for Dollar can't provide. If I don't sell Dollar it will end up not much different then Watsons ORD Jimmy. Well there are very few vehicles that can do what I desire to do and most say Unimog on them. I have the bug to build a Unimog camper out of a U1300L. It fits the bill of what I'm looking for. It will get around 13mpg hwy with the camper body and Airstream in tow. It will be capable of going to Baja Mexico and possibly farther south. /forums/images/graemlins/thinking.gif Anyway like I said "I'm testing the waters" to see if anybody is interested in my truck and looking at finances. Few things have to go if I do this so I need to see if there is any interst in Dollar fo anwhere near what it has into it. Yeah I may have paid a Buck for it but I have way more in it now. Just some quick adding in my head it would take an easy $10k to duplicate not counting labor. It's ugly! it has been massaged all over at Tellico. Here is what it has. Remeber I built this as a budget rig and the goal was to keep it streetable and civil so it was built with 35's MAX as a tire size. It's running beefed half ton gear as a result. What it has Rear: 12 bolt 4:10, Detroit full case locker, AZ Kicking Disc brakes with Caddie calipers. http://coloradok5.com/atrondiskbrakes.shtml Home Brew shackle flip with mix and match spring pack. It sits level with hard top and about 300lb of gear. Front: 10 bolt front, 4.10, EZ locker (the one they got sued over and good), Warn alloy shafts, CTM joints. Ranco Lift spring, ORD Zero rate with axle shifted forward 1 inch. ORD steering brace ORD disconnects ORD 1 inch body lift with Daystart poly bushings Custom expanded steel grill Custom bumpers with winch deck for WARN winches (I will be keeping my HS9500i)Set up for Clevis front and rear. Rocksliders that bust granit. Also stor 8 gallons of air at 140PSI for months. 35x12.50x15 BFG KM's on Black 15x10 rock crapwelers with less then 5k on them. They look new and very few trail miles on them. NP203 has been gone through and it's running a Mile Marker shaft replacement part time kit and replacment chain. Shifter is rebuilt. http://www.coloradok5.com/milemarkerpt.shtml TH350 have been fully rebuilt including reman converter all new clutches and steels. It's built mostly stock and has not given me any trouble in 15,000 miles of service. Hayden 19k stack plate tranny cooler. Hayden tranny temp gage. Sun Pro tach. Specialty top http://www.coloradok5.com/stcreview.shtml Seats are from a Mini van and feature captains chairs in the front. Drive seat had some welding boogers hit it an put some holes in it. /forums/images/graemlins/rolleyes.gif http://www.coloradok5.com/packitup.shtml the one and only K5 Barn door tailgate with double Jerry can holder, spare tire rack and high lift rack. Home built roll cage. Not great but 1000 times better then nothing. 350 engine lower 48 emissions (no cat factory). Has a Kelsey hays brake controler that is functional but needs to be wired correctly. Rock lights monster skid plate on fuel tank made out of 3/16 boiler plate. Everything on this truck has been gone through in the last 5 years. axles, case, tranny all resealed. all vent lines extended. It does need new valve guide seals ($30 in parts including new valve cover gaskets) and the motor has some miles on it. Great oil pressure and other wise solid. Carb is rebuilt and coverted to electric choke. Runs fine on the road but does have some noe up stall issues. Doors are set up for quick removal. Bad: Has an igntion problem that is replated to the distributor. I was preparing to convert to fuel injection so it has not been corrected. Body by tellico applies and not a straight pannel on truck. EXTRA'S going with the truck. 89 454 TBI that need to be installed. I have all the parts except the MAP sensor and EGR control solonid that I wasn't going to use. 2 spare rear axle shafts 1 complets set of front axle shafts and a second almost complete set. Second set needs a stub shaft to be complete. Spare 4x4 powersteering box 2wd powersteering box for cross over. D44 flat top knuckle Hood that needs paint but is straight (one on truck is bent) Passengerside door for making half door. I have a set of rear 1/4s I was going to make some skins out of that I can include. Spare rear driveshaft. Iwas looking at replacing rear axle shafts with some aloys What's not going is my recovery gear, storage boxes, alternator and other parts that also serve as travel back ups for my Suburban in the pack write up. My big AUX lights in the grill, Wink Mirror, CB. This truck would have no problems on a several hundred mile trip if it had a good distributore dropped in it. I have made many such trips in it including towing a car from Knoxville to Atlanta. It will happily cruise all day at 70mph with the 4.10s and 35's. It rides betterthen stock on the hwy other then you can feel the Detroit in the rear sometimes. This truck has never been trailered to the trails and other then a clogged fuel filt it has never given me any major problems till this distributor started acting up. Parking brake has not been hooked back up after disc conversion. It's due for a oil change but other wise ready to drive. I have well over $10k not counting labor If you had to pay somebody to put this truck together it would be well over $15k to do it. I'd like $6,000 but might take a resonable offer less than that.