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No recall that I'm aware of. This is a common problem with these models. You may want to routinely use silicone spray on the rubber guides where the glass pane rubs against when the window is moved. This should help to lubricate the window and greatly reduce the load on the regulator cables and motor, thus extending the life of the window motor.
You will not find any used pricing for any car older than 1990. you pushing it even at that.
at this point, it is your call, if you think it is worth the prices, then it is. Get some advice from an old timer we has drove that type of car. Since we can't see or touch the car. we can give you any advice beyond this.
If the vehicle fits your needs, and it still looks good 140,000 miles is only a number. If you love it, consider the 4000 an investment . A 2009 Escalade is surely going to cost a few bucks more :)). As far as what might break next, its a piece of machinery. Seems like you stay on top of things, As far as whether you should go to the dealer. It is electronically controlled. Bring to someone who knows what they are doing. The grief with a sub-par repair along with a large expense, is real tough to deal with. I say stick with the dealer. Good Warranty