So, there are two options on K5's for me to purchase for my father. Option 1 is a 1985 Chevy K5 where the owner's cousin had a shop convert it to FI and in between the shop and his house the motor burnt up. Something fishy went down where the shop wouldn't claim liability. The current owner bought the truck after it sat 3yrs, he is a mechanic, and rebuilt the motor with a stepped up camshaft, edelbrock intake, holly carb, headers, and dual exhaust with flowmasters. This is pretty much everything my dad would want to eventually do to a truck, but it does not have working A/C which is something he would like. Asking 2500, firm. Option 2 is a 1989 Chevy K5 which has been owned by the same family since new. It was stolen in 1998 and stripped. Upon recovery, insurance paid for a new motor, differentials, transmission, and a bunch of other interior and engine parts. The paint looks much better on this one and the interior looks great. There's 50k miles on the components. Asking 4000 obo. I am going to go look at it today and make an offer...but I'd like to ask what you guys think? The way I figure is that paying 2500 for option 1 without A/C and then having a shop put A/C into it may end up being more than 1500 bucks (option 2 = 4000). This truck is going to be my father's but he will let my younger brother use it during college. My younger brother does not work on trucks. So the more reliable the better.