Hey everyone. Getting back into lawn care and am buying another truck. I have a friend who has a '95 F150 that's in great shape both interior and exterior, basically zero rust, great looking rig. I'm not going to be towing anything and if I do it'll only be smaller trailer with a 36" w/b, 21", and associated hand tools. If I get to that point in the business, I'll probably buy a little bit bigger truck anyway, so towing capacity is not my concern with the F150. The truck has 200K on it, seems like a lot of miles, but I drove the truck and everything functions. It's a 5 speed manual, clutch feels pretty good and the brakes are fine. No leaks whatsoever. Just curious if anyone has had the 4.9 straight six with over 200K and what kind, if any, problems occured? I know that how much care you put into the vehicle drastically affects how long the motor will last, but realistically, could I get 250K without a major rebuild? The truck is only $2K, sounds like a lot for a truck with that many miles, but the truck market here SUCKS. Beat to hell early 80's to even mid 70's trucks are selling for $1,000-$1,500 left and right, I feel this F150 isn't a steal it's just about what it's worth and it looks brand new.