Mid 30's? That will buy a brand new work truck, no need to go pre-owned. At the risk of being a fanboy, I have to mention the base model "work truck" Ford F-150 XL but just add the STX sport appearance package it brings a whole lot of useful items for not much money but one of the options STX pkg brings is 20" alloy rims which you may not want if you're after steel wheels. The 325hp/400 lb-ft 2.7 ecoboost V6 designed to use regular 87 unleaded is only about a $999 option and about same mpg as the base 3.3 liter naturally aspirated V6. If an extended cab will work instead of crew cab and you don't mind the clamshell rear doors Ford uses on the extended cab, it's not a bad setup, and there's left over 2019's in this config still on dealer lots which can be had for around $31K + TTL in 4x4 drivetrain with locking diff, etc. The light weight from the all aluminum 5 star crash body plus the power of the 2.7, they drive pretty quick and nimble for a truck.