Just pulled the trigger the other day on a 1999 GMC Suburban 1500 LT 4x4. 146k miles on the clock, everything seems to be mechanically sounds. Interior is another story. Tough shape, prior owner never cleaned it. Seems like a drink spilled and it was left. Kinda sad for mechanically it is great shape. Small tear on leather driver's seat, seat heater also doesn't work. Vanity mirror covers broken (both sides), small tear on center seat (on the back, the side exposed when it is folded down/up). Rear part of headliner has a hole where the dog tried to get out of his cage. I am happy, I paid $2k. The vehicle will be a weekend vehicle, hunting, camping, fishing, snowmobiling, etc. At this point I am going to do a full detail, then change the following fluids: -oil -transmission -Transfer case -front and rear differentials -Brake system flush -coolant flush (get rid of the garbage Dex Cool) I am planning on getting a leather repair kit for the seats (also dye). I would like to either find at a junk yard the carpet and headliner, not sure if that is a reality or not. ---------- Post added at 10:23 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:17 PM ---------- The shocks probably need replaced as well. Seems pretty simple, cheap and straight forwards. Blistein HD? Good shock? Yes no? Also, see the tail end sag? What causes that and what is the fix? I was told by the seller that he installed a transmission cooler. I thought these vehicles had them already, maybe he meant oil cooler? Or an after market tranny cooler?