Car: 1991 FJ80, 235K miles, 4+? owner car, the current owner (which is a nice guy) has owned it for less than 2 months. He has it listed $4000 OBO. The Good: engine and transmission seem to be working fine; AC and heater are working; good tires and brakes; amount of rust in frame and body (except hatch) are minimal; interior is in decent shape; new battery; knuckles seemed fine; could not hear the birfs or clunks from suspension; shocks seem fine; 3FE engine is a tractor engine; some maintenance records; and I can try doing some of the work myself. The Not so good: As is, I would not be able to drive it because it needs bearings, a sealtbelt, and 1 turn signal, and bulbs for the turn signal and parking light to pass inspection; it is a FJ80, not a FZJ80, so lower resale value IF I wanted to sell and no airbags or ABS; 235k miles, so approaching the 250k, when transmission could start failing; Oil filter is dated 1/2016; All preventive maintenance will need to be done to keep it running (hoses, belts, fluids, etc.); has the "normal" clunk; front bumper cap and fender are missing/broken; back left bumper will need to be repaired/replaced; paint is in rough shape; tailgate has been hit; hatch is starting to corrode; heat shield rattles; all window motors are very lazy; and AC has not been converted. Price negotiations: I offered 3,000, if he helped me do the bearings (I'm a newbie), which I would buy. He came back with a counter of 3,500, but no help with the bearings. I declined the counter offer because a week ago I was going to buy 1992 FJ80 that had current inspection and emissions, with 40K less miles, and with no work needed on the exterior...but it got sold just before we were scheduled to do a pre-purchase inspection. We agree to talk again in the event the other 3 parties that want to look at it don't buy it. Question: Am I being unreasonable, fair, or overpaying? Location matters in terms of price, so we are both located in the VA/DC/MD area. I would appreciate your input please!!!!