Rear tank fuel pump went 30 seconds after I purchased it.
Both fuel relays.
Oil pan gasket (was shot when I got it).
Transmission pan gasket (shot when I got it).
Blew a rear shock on my first 30 mile trip.
Plugs, wires, cap, rotor, coil, ignition module, IAC diode, upper heater hose, O2 sensor, and intake all had issues in the same week.
Rear gas tank leaks (and is the only one I can use, because the previous owner put a "new" bed on it that didn't have the port for the front tank).
PCV valve got plugged.
Catalytic convertor got plugged.
Every axle joint needs replacing.
Throttle position sensor terminal at PCM.
Well, it's given me crap since day one, but it's a pretty decent truck with plenty of torque.
The monstrous 300 straight six is pretty tough on the wallet (between repairs and getting 9.4mpg city, 15mpg highway).
The C6 auto is a power sapper, but the 300 doesn't care.
It's a standard cab with an 8 foot bed. I've hauled well over a ton in the bed, and it still didn't break a sweat (pretty sure it loved it).
261k miles on it (almost 262k) and it still runs (not really strong, but it's got its issues like any other make).
I'm basically fixing everything that the previous owner turned the other cheek to (it SHOULD be the healthiest 300 six on the road, but it isn't... electrical NIGHTMARE).
I'm selling the poor thing to my dad so he can have a plow truck. I can't really say I'll miss it that much, because of all the trouble it put me through, but it'll be treated well for the last years of its life. Buying a 94 F-150 4x4 to replace it.