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Old 03-14-2012, 07:49 AM
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What is my truck worth

I've got a 1960 F100 Stepside V8 292 motor. Click the image to open in full size. It drives great for its age, what would something like this be worth if I tried selling it?

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I'll start the bidding 1.00.
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Careful there Frankenford, we haven't even seen a picture yet....
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posting a picture

I tried posting a picture but it won't let me, anyways, you can look at it on my flickr page. Let me know what you think

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Ford called this body style "Flareside". Ch**vy called it stepside.

This question has been posted mutiple times before. Usually folks are hesitant to give a dollar figure. Worth will vary from person to person. Usually someone will put out a high figure and then others will jump in and say why it is not worth that amount to them.

So...., if you want to go down that road, post up some more revealing pics and give out with the details as to condition and originality etc... If you want, I'll throw out a figure of $1500 and you can tell me why it is worth anymore than that! LOL!
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I've got it on Ebay starting at 1999.00 dollars, so we will see what i get for it

There is more pictures and some more details on there. It starts tonight at 9pm est

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I've got it on Ebay starting at 1999.00 dollars, so we will see what i get for it

There is more pictures and some more details on there. It starts tonight at 9pm est

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/?cmd=...K%3AMESCX%3AIT

I ain't no expert on these trucks but... I think that truck the way it sits now would be ~$3000.
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It drives great for its age, what would something like this be worth if I tried selling it?



Well I am no expert but I am thinking that late model bed and mirrors etc really hurt its value. At least they would for me. I will be surprised if you get an opening bid for 2 grand. But I wish you the very best with your sale.

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Hard to tell from those pics, I would say between $1500 and $3,000(3 being on a very good day). On craigslist I would expect right around $1500 maybe 2k unless it's not as solid as it appears in the pics. I'm not really sure how much luck you'll have on ebay, I'd use craigslist instead because it's all local people. I don't see it every bringing more than $3,000 but as the saying goes, there's a sucker born everyday...
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good luck with the sale and welcome to FTE. doesnt seem like that long ago we talked about a 4x4 fridge for sale on ebay. i dont think that one ended well. does anyone else remember that? i would have to agree with rusting-nuts about the box. to bad its a late model. if it runs and drives well i would think it would bring 2K. but what the heck do i know.
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Meant removed, but it's back! Not a bad looking truck.
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Loose the reserve or don't even waste your time listing it. Nothing with hidden reserve ever sells, ever. Start it a $1 and let it go, you will find out what it's worth.
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Its have a cardential worth
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I'll start the bidding at $1.00.
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