My 1992 Dakota has another punky spot on the frame (have had new sections fabbed and welded in in 2013 and 2016). It may or may not be worth saving. I've decided not to spend more than $1,000, or fix it if it has other soft spots. The original gas lines are being replaced this month, regardless, as they have been patched, and I already paid for the parts 2 years ago. A co-worker is selling his 2007 Dakota club cab that he bought used. It's a V-6- auto 2WD, silver, with 195K miles. Never a problem with the drivetrain; reportedly no chassis rust, and only a spot or two on the body. Has 4 new tires, new muffler which may need to be secured better, has a probable exhaust manifold leak. Rear shackles have been replaced, and rear suspension squeaks noticeably. Everything works, including A/C. Brakes are fairly new, were good 2 months ago, but now pedal is soft or squishy since being parked. Most brake lines have already been replaced in the last few years. He's asking $900, but will sell it to me for $500, which is what he hoped to get if he scraps it. He doesn't want to sell it to someone who doesn't understand that a 13-yr old truck will likely need moderate work in the near future, so he has held off selling it to people who are not mechanically inclined. He is trustworthy and I've known him for 19 years. Opinions on the 2007? Experience? Thanks.