Hello all, I went out last week looking for trucks and I found one I like. Its a 1994 Ford F250 4x4. Its a reg. cab, long bed with a 5.8L (351) and an auto tranny. It has 87k original miles and its only had 3k put on it since feburary when it was inspected. It has new tires all the way around, and a new exhaust. The interior is in excellent condition. The right rear wheel well has a little bit of rust but other wise the body is in great condition. When I talked to a salesman on Friday, they told me it was just traded and needed to be run through the shop. The only problems it has is the key is broken in the ignition but the igniton still works enough to start the truck. It started and ran good on Friday (at night). When I came back in on Saturday, it would turn over but it would not crank. It was acting as if the started was locked up. The dealers shop still has to look it over. The salesman from friday night talked to his sales manager and told me they wanted $3000 for it. Well, come to be they were asking $5995 for it. I told them what the salesman said and they knocked it down to $3k. The engine oil pan, tranny pan and such are dry with no oil/leak residue present. the valve covers and top of the engine also is dry. Is there anything I should look out for? Would you buy the truck? I feel I am getting a decent deal since I am getting it for 1/2 price. I still am waiting to drive it and to have my mechanic look it over. Thanks in advance for any help!