I'm looking at two trucks both Chevy on '92 one '86, '92 was a city truck HD 3/4 ton 4x4, repainted, has very small amount of surface rust, the guy put a dual battery system has new transmission, western plow, needs CV joints, other than that seems in good shape my mechnic hasn't seen it yet. Leary of the fact it was a city truck, have seen them with trucks older than it, why dids they get rid of it? has 72,000 mi. The '86, is also a HD 3/4 ton with a western plow, 350/400 trans, owner works at a body shop, new doors fenders, paint, gas tank, heads just redone, say truck has been completly gon through, again my mechnic hasn't seen. My feeling is that the '86 is what I will buy, I like the solid front axle design, less electronics to go wrong, parts are very cheap, truck is very easy to work on. Truck is $ 1000.00 less than '92, looks mint. I just got rid of an '85. I had for 4 years was a good truck for me when I started out, needed to be rebuilt, I didn't have the time.