Gmc truck good buy or no ?
Welcome to the Old Truck Club. If you actually like the truck, and if your independent mechanic has found nothing seriously wrong, just go with whatever deal feels best to you. You'll be putting on new tires anyway at between $100 to $250 each, eventually. Other things will go wrong and eat up a bunch more money. Always happens. You're still much better off than with a brand-new truck where you're dropping $10,000 or more of value just driving it off the dealer's lot. We just put about $11,000 into our 1992 D250 Cummins. It now runs better than it did when it was new, and about once a week someone tries to buy it from me. NO! You can't have it!
"havent seen truck again yet" Never, ever, EVER commit to buy any vehicle that you haven't seen. In daylight.
First, never ever buy a motor vehicle sight unseen. That's a must. Secondly, can the seller of the GMC show you proof of all full and complete service and maintenance records? If they can the truck has potential. If the can't the purchase would be very high risk.
Agreeing to buy ANY vehicle that you have never seen, touched or inspected is a REALLY STUPID idea, Skippy.