Gotcha, This is what I need, Thanks!
A dry run of this type was done by my friends "the sellers." they did remove all four tires and see if they were good to hold air so I could attempt to haul it away if I wanted to chance it. I do not. They didn't happen to document tire size. The interior was checked over and everything is intact, minus some small issues from wear and tear. It was Hauled from northern California to where it is just a few years ago. It has been pulled out of a "storage area" last week and some things discarded like a brittle Sewage hose and the tires had new Valve stems put in them (does me no good, except for short haul). They did check all interior lights and exterior lihgts and I need a new battery and the obvious old gas is going to have to be upgraded but a lot of these things can be after the initial tow. I am willing to use glow sticks for running lights, I know I need the brakes functioning. ANYONE IN SOUTHERN AZ WANT TO HELP? I can leave it in Tucson if I need to for as much time as I need to get it road worthy for the Oklahoma trip, months, years (I have family there or I wouldn't have risked this. I'm not completely out of my mind, just a "doer" as someone earlier said. You only live once).
I know Tucson has all the items I need. I was hoping to pull it off in one trip but I can get it to Tucson now and OKC in May, or stay in Tucson for a week and work on getting it road worthy?????? thats what I a trying to figure out. I will start eating into my "discounted price" on it if I travel to much.
I knew the F150 and up and the Dodge would do to reply to earlier comments. I don't like Jeeps at all unless they are the older CJ5's. I own a 80's VW Fox and two motorcycles for tow-behinds, if I ever need.
Thank you everybody.
Tell me more. I am already having my first panic attack.