I might get this truck. It's a: 1985 Ford F150 Lariat XLT ext. cab long bed 2WD dual tanks V8 (302 I think) automatic with 127k miles. The engine was replaced with a professionally rebuilt one less than 40k miles ago. Heat and A/C each have some problems. Power windows need a helping hand to work. Rust in the usual spots and light rust on the hood. A few dents and small bangups on it. The rear fuel tank has a leak so just use the front one and the gauge for the front one doesn't work properly so use the odometer and figure on about 200 miles or so. Muffler is shot but sounds good, thats ok cause I would straight it anyway. It's fuel injected with a choke (uses a rocker switch to operate. Bucket seats up front and a bench in back (cloth front vinyl back) cloth floor. Oh and the brakes have a problem. Has a hissing noise that changes tune when you press the pedal and it has very very little stopping power. He said he replaced the rear brake pads a while back and thinks that he may not have properly bled the lines, that or the master cylinder he thinks? The hissing seems to come from up front, I wonder if it just needs bled correctly? I drove it around the block, seems like an OK truck. Price on it is $550 on the sign, I never said anything about the price but he said that his wife told him to sell it for $400. They just want it out of their way sounds like. I may throw 350 at him and walk out with it. Probably take it to our favorite mechanic for a diagnosis tomorrow. Whatcha'll think?