Where I live (cetral New York State) - a 86 4 door - if 2WD would have trouble bringing $700 - $800 - unless it's absolutely rust free. The New York State Dept. of Transportation used a lot of trucks like that - 6.2 diesel, 2WD and four-door. I've scapped a few. 4WDs - if rust free - maybe $1500-$2000 tops around here.smokn03;1554253; said:this is my first post been a member for about a month.but been to busy reading all the good info.i just found a 1986 chevy 4 door 1ton 4wheel drive.fully loaded except cruise doesn't work .but truck looks to be in good shape.it has a six in lift with 35s tranny is a four speed stick .90,000 original miles what is it worth?and any ideas on whats wrong with the cruise ?any common problems.sorry don't have any pics.and is this year of motor good. thanks for any comments and ideas about the cruise.
Cruise control is usually not working in a 6.2 diesel trucks because the vacuum pump is dead. Also, sometimes the diaphram gets ruptured in the servo. If you wind up needing a cruise-control servo - the units out of little four-cylinder gas Chevys and Pontiacs are the same as for the 80s 6.2 diesel trucks, Blazers, Suburbans, etc. - e.g. 1985 Cavalier, Pontiac 6000, etc.