I presume since you have a choice, you are in the states. Most of the world is stuck with the choice of diesel or ox. If there are 2 for sale at the same time- how much and how good are they? There is a thread on here about a diesel someone paid top dollar for, and now needs 1000's in a rebuild. I have a fleet of gas models that I have as money money in as one good diesel. When I was a kid, diesel was a third the price of gas, now diesel can be 30% more- and while piddling around, a diesel is burning less, but if they are opened up hour after hour, a diesel will burn as much per hp/rpm as a nice gasser. If the diesel for sale 'needs work or TLC', the gas one will do you just fine.
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