Hi, I am about to fly 1,500 miles away to pick up a 1996 Land Cruiser with 96,000 miles. I have spoken with the owner a few times. He seems to have taken care of it, and he says he thinks it will make the trip with no problems, however I just want to make sure I am prepared as possible to make it home. I have been searching for months for an 80 series and I have been reading through this forum a lot. It seems that the cooling system is a weak point on these. The owner has owned it since 1999 with 33,000 miles and says that he has never changed the head gasket or has had any cooling problems. Shortly after he acquired it, he installed a supercharger and an unspecified OME lift. The supercharger gives me even more anxiety about overheating on the way home. I am taking I-80 home, where it seems the tallest pass is 8,640 ft in Wyoming. The truck currently has snow tires on it, he says the other tires will be included. 1. I am going to call him again this week with my final questions before I fly out, what should I ask him? 2. What should I bring with me on the plane? (Needs to fit in carry-on) 3. I am not familiar with snow tires (I use AT's where I live and they work fine for our winters), should I get them swapped out before a bunch of highway driving? 4. I am not familiar with superchargers, how can I inspect that before purchasing? 5. Any other suggestions or tips for this fly to buy adventure?