I started out this year looking to move into a New/Newer pickup, but then there was Covid-19 and the price of a new or newer truck left this solar system. in many cases, a used truck was worth more than a new one since the used one had all it semiconductors, chips ! So after the fifth guy walks up to me at HomeDepot with a offer to buy my old truck, I decide it was time to go back and do the necessary work to my now 31 year old Silverado, New flywheel/flexplate, Removed the trans while doing the flex-plate and changed the fluid and filter and new seals while it was out on the bench, replace my valve cover gaskets and then there was the issue of some tiny rust holes starting to show there existence, (Rocker panels & rust over the back wheels in the bed). So I found a company in Pittsburg PA who sold replacement panels made out of 16 gauge sheet metal, ordered them and then it was time to go to the body shop of a friend of mine, Took better part of 5 weeks but now with the body work done, and a new battery installed, she's back to work and I never owned a truck that the engine idled so smooth you can see ripples in the surface of a cup of coffee sitting on the floor while stopped at a traffic light, but here's my work of the past year, I also installed new duel exhaust and replaced the sliding back window for a single pane stock tinted 15%. And around here it is hard to find a chevy truck only 3-4 years old with what i have on this one I just turned 125,348 last night coming home from Harrisburg PA. I only have a 305 in it but out on the turnpike, it sits right there at 65 MPH and does that all day long uphill or downhill. My wife thinks it's ugly ????