I've been in the new truck buying mood for the past several years now and I like the new trucks but the sticker shock keeps me from going any farther then just looking. I bought new and still drive a 1994 chevy 1500 2x step side silverado with the 5.7 motor Texas Stagecoach custom conversion with 190K and zero rust anywhere. This has been the most dependable truck I have ever had. It still drives great and the motor is strong with no leaks and doesn't burn oil and still has plenty of pep. I made a list of what it would take to get the old truck in like new condition and I was liberal with my pricing and it would take around 10K to make the old truck look and be as sound and as pretty as it was new. That included even the smallest cosmetic details. I normally don't put a lot of miles on for everyday driving but I do like to travel to races pulling my RV so my millage would stay low. If I bought a newer truck, I want to go with a bigger truck for pulling as much as running around. Now for the new or used trucks. There are a lot of good low mileage truck on the market that would do everything I need it to do and I'm sure I could find one and keep from paying those new truck prices. However I tend to keep things for ever and since I'm 60 years old a newer truck might just be the last truck I ever buy. But I have been watching the videos of the new 2020 HD trucks chevy and GM are coming out with and they have really upped there game with a lot of changes but no word on pricing yet. The truck I want will run upwards of 70k with all the bells and whistles. That would be a 3/4 ton HD 4x4 with the Duramax and the new 10 speed Allison transmission. Thats right a 10 speed automatic. Question is, is a new truck worth 70k? Of course a used one would be much less. Or I could just keep driving my old truck as is till she wont go anymore. She won't last for ever so I will need a new truck someday.