Hey guys! I'm in a bit of a moral dilemma here... Today I "sold" my 82 Diesel Jimmy. The guy told me he was gonna cut me two cheques for 850, to make the 1700 we agreed on for the truck. Anyways, I assumed the one was gonna be for immediate deposit, and the other for the next month, which I felt was pretty reasonable. However, upon getting home, I was just looking at the cheques, and one is post dated to May, the other to June! Thats two months of sitting on this truck till its outta here, one month before I even get a dime (its the 16th today, and the cheques are both dated for the 15th) I'm not liking this idea too much, I really kinda need that money to finish off my 6.0L swap, and I gave him 300 bucks off my asking price as it was... I'm seriously considering selling it out from under him or just calling him tommorow and telling him another guy showed up with my full asking price... On the other hand, I don't wanna be a jerk, get his hopes up, then just rob him of that by selling it out from under him, he seemed totally stoked about the truck, and was talking about how he was gonna go camping with his kids in it and stuff... No actual cash has passed, just a pair of signed cheques (don't have my name on them yet, left the name part blank), and I have not given him a bill of sale, so legally I am perfectly within my rights to tell him to pound sand... What would you guys do?