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Old 07-11-2012, 01:46 PM
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Cool Wife left,whats my truck worth

The wife left me today after 42 yr's so I'll have to sell my truck.It's 57 f100 with a crown vic IFS,351C,C4 auto, edelbrock manifold with a 600 Holly carb.The rust spots have been all patched with new metal and a new wood bed floor,any ideas what its worth,T haven't the foggest
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Old 07-11-2012, 02:35 PM
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Sorry about the wife deal partner, If the paint is ok, how bout $4500?
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Old 07-11-2012, 05:33 PM
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It's probably worth the same as if she was still there, which we would need pictures and better description to accurately determine.
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Old 07-11-2012, 05:53 PM
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It's probably worth the same as if she was still there, which we would need pictures and better description to accurately determine.
I know that its worth the same,her being here or not but no I will need the money,lawyers and such.I think she took the camera ,can't find it
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Sorry about the trouble. Of course I don't know the circumstances but I certainly hope things can turn around. Make sure you don't make any hasty decisions.
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When you find out, and decide its the only way... Let me know and perhaps I can help you out. Taking the steps to get into a 57 F100, I am looking at options. But make sure its the right choice for you... If she's a good ride, at a good price, I would be willing to give you the option of getting her back as well. I wish you well with your upcoming turmoil.. Would not wish some events on anyone, and this is one of them.
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Find the best unknown friend you have and sell it for $2500. She's intitled to 1/2. Then buy it back after the drama is over. If she took pictures of all your stuff, your F#$%^ed. Make sure you can account for her stuff also. My ex made her stuff disappear and all we got to split up was mine. So good luck
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