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So many questions. Stock block? Who’s outlaw racing? Anyone know this truck? Seems clean but damn! 225K miles is wild on a L.
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I picked up a 1999 with that many miles in the Detroit area some years ago to be shipped to the UK. Paid $5k for it. The guy had documented every oil change on the truck, and even had a notebook with every gas fill-up. It was mechanically in great shape, but it needed paint, interior was about a 5 out of 10, and it has rust issues on the underside of the truck. I drove it from MI to IL and then to Baltimore port to go on a ship. Ran great. This truck is WAY over-priced though...
 
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Agreed! Way over priced… I also found the PSE one off build you know that one L with 2 superchargers? It’s in the Craigslist section. They only want $25k for that one! But it needs a new engine…
 
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the more the better for the sake of making these trucks valuable,, its up to society anyway and what they're willing to pay,,,,,
 

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Mines at almost 206K. Runs like a top. Most reliable vehicle I've ever owned.
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The key to keeping a L reliable is to stick with a stock pulley, especially when using a stock engine. Still more power effects the reliability of other parts of the drivetrain as well.
 
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