5.7 Vortec 163k mi. (6k. on rebuilt trans) I am the 3rd owner of this truck. I've had it approximately 2 years. The previous owner was a former co worker of mine and the 1st owner was her brother in law. The good: I've been going through the truck since I purchased it and have changed the following; - a/c compressor & drier - battery, alternator - drive belt, idler pulley and tensioner - a/c control panel, blower motor regulator - inner door handles (both), all the hinge pins and bushings (my doors don't hang and they close like a new truck) - brake booster - intake manifold and valve cover gaskets - maf, full tune up (cap, rotor, wires, plugs, fuel filter) - rebuilt trans - trans mount, carrier bearing, rear main seal, u-joints - headlamp switch -radiator & hoses I also recently picked up a brand new keyless entry remote. Previous owner did a fuel pump and water pump prior to selling to me. I wanted to build a truck that looked good and could be driven anywhere without a AAA card in my wallet. Truck is lowered 2/4 with Bell Tech spindles and Bell Tech drop leafs. (that's right, leafs, not hangers and shackles). Truck has been lowered for almost a year. While installing the lowering kit, I also changed the following; - inner and outer tie rods - pitman arm - idler arm - upper and lower ball joints - inner and outer bearings - front pads and rotors - all new shocks The upper control arms were notched for proper wheel alignment. Truck currently sits on KMC XD 656 22" wheels, on 265/35 22's with good tread life left to the tires. It has 1.25" spacers to correct the offset. http://www.wheelfire.com/scontent/WheelDetails.cfm?IDNumber=KM656_RAZR_MACHINEBLK&SKU=1921 Under the bed you'll find a set of Hornblasters horns. This isn't that 299.99 triple chrome garbage from eBay. This is a Hornblasters.com Shocker 540 kit also known as Conductor's Special Model 540 Train Horn Kit. http://www.hornblasters.com/products/details.php?i=shocker-540-train-horn-kit The interior is pretty much just a stock gray interior. It has newer model sun visors and an Alpine CD head unit. I may have forgotten a thing or 2 as I write this that I've done or changed. The bad: Check engine light is on and has been on for about 9 or 10 months. It's showing a code for low cat efficiency. I have a scanner, I can show you. Basically it's telling you the convertor isn't cleaning the smog as good as it should. It is not clogged and does not rattle. I have not had a loss in power or lost any fuel mileage per gallon. I have not changed the cats out only because I wasn't sure if I wanted to keep it stock or put headers & a performance exhaust under it. There is also a crack in the dash. There is a place in Hollywood that sells a thin plastic dash cover that replicates a new dash. I was going to put this on before I decided to sell it. The truck stops but it does need back brakes. Just the drums to be exact. I have a new set of shoes sitting in the garage. I didn't put them on only because the drums really show their age and are glazed pretty good. The truck is also in need of paint. Other than a few small dings, the truck doesn't need body work. It has a bedliner in the bed, but you should know it's not a good one, it's pretty much done. I pulled all the ugly moldings and badges as you can see in the pictures and it also has a fiberglass roll pan. It was a tough decision I fought back and forth with about selling this truck. It has come a long way and is a great start for someone to finish a nice truck. I'm asking $4500 for it as it sits.