Hey, guys! I was leaning in the Gen 1 direction for the last year or so after deciding to get rid of my diesel. After making the 100% decision on a Gen 1 following my Gen 1 vs 2 thread a few months ago, I’ve been searching the nation essentially online looking for the right one. It just so happens my parents neighbor with a 2014 Ruby Red SE is getting ready to go with a new Gen 2 as he preps for retirement. He knew I was in the market, I went over and took a look a few weeks ago. He knew he had me by the look on my face and then decided to really change my life and let me test drive it. Lol. I can’t stop thinking about it. The truck is basically immaculate; 1 owner, completely stock suspension and body, off-road 1 time ever, all services and maintenance done by a local dealer in Las Vegas, extended warranty from the day he bought it with any issues fixed right away and there isn’t a thing wrong with it as it sits today. It’s been dyno tuned by a local shop, a Roush cat back and intake are the only other engine mods. Here’s my only slight hang up with it... It has 117K on it and he’s a little high on the price at $35K. I think I can get him down to a fair price ($29.5K would be my offer, let me know if I’m off base and low balling) but the mileage makes me think twice. I know there’s trucks out there for the same price or a little more with one-third less to half the miles on them and I’m not afraid to travel and spend a little more on the right one by any means. However; will those trucks be as clean and well kept? To sum it up, here’s my thoughts. Feel free to straighten me out! 1) With it being tuned, should I be concerned about the miles? Even though I know the owner, it’s maintenance history and it has a good tune that runs well, should this be enough to turn me away? A stock 6.2, I probably wouldn’t be so worried knowing it’s history the way I do. 2) In a nutshell; should I decide that the miles even with the tune isn’t enough to scare me away, does the piece of mind of knowing the trucks history and owner as well as I do outweigh the ‘risk’ of going out and buying a truck with half the miles or less? I know how these trucks are ran by some guys and at the end of the day it’s Raptor. That’s what it’s built for. But this one is a known Southern Nevada street queen that gets detailed weekly and runs super solid and tight. Now keep in mind, I’ll go just about anywhere for the right one and I’m not afraid to spend $40 to $45K on a truck with 40,000 miles. This is including the mid-west or back East where the have real winter and rust truly concerns me as well. This will be a long term vehicle, though I do have a company truck so it won’t be driven daily either. I know it may seem a little ridiculous, but I feel it’s a legitimate question and something that has traction either way. Someone talk some sense into me either way! Thanks guys!