I found this truck in Eastern Washington State. It lived there its entire life. Washington State is a great place to find vehicles. Those that lived there are typically rust free. The Eastern portion of Washington is dry and they don’t see salt. It is extremely capable of being driven daily. All features function properly including the A/C, cruise control and stereo. It has only been driven 128,000 miles. The engine was replaced 16,000 miles ago with a new GM crate engine. The transmission was rebuilt. The tires are in great shape. We have a binder full of receipts and registration certificate to document the history of the truck. It was repainted by MAACO some time ago. Not a show quality job, but it preserved the body well. There is no rust in this truck. You will be impressed when you inspect the cab corners and body mounts. The box is in great condition due to being protected by a topper. I enjoy driving the GMC. It is new enough to behave like a modern vehicle, yet it has a classic look. It is nicely equipped with cruise, A/C, cloth seats, tow package, rear slider, stereo, dual tanks, headers, chrome engine dress-up and dual exhaust. The wheels are obviously aftermarket. You will see rust free inner fenders, with the passenger side still supporting the original jack. The spare tires resides beneath the bed. The doors still lock via key. Life in Eastern Washington was good to this truck. It has so much left to give. Drive it daily, show it off, enjoy yourself.