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Old 12-08-2011, 12:08 AM
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I have a friend who has asked me to help her sell her 1972 F-250 here in Denver. It is a Camper Special with the bed tool box, and it is in good original condition. It has the 390, Auto. The only sign of rust is above the molding on the bed. I have checked the cab corners, and floor, and all is good. I just don't want to price it too low and sell to quick, or too too high and not be able to move it.

Thanks for any help. I know my Slicks, but I haven't spent much time pricing these because they are not my favorite.
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I would do a craigslist search and see what the market will bear? as you know it is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it.. so start high, you can always lower the price if there is no interest, or little interest.
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