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So I don't know what to accomplish with this post except maybe create a few questions that you would wanna ask when buying/selling your bronco. My biggest one is: why does my fully restored body, rebuilt axle/t-case/trans bronco not sell for $3,500 BUT the rusted out pos bronco with no body left sell for $3,000?!
Rise the price to $5000, then it will sell. If that works out keep a fee of $500 for me . Perception is a big part of a sales procedure, and by selling under the price possible buyers might think yours isn't in good shape.
Venezuela buddy, and here a Bronco, even at $5000 is quite a steal, they're selling around the $7000-$9000 range. And most are on fair shape.
And yet you pay 33 cents/gallon for gas? That's all out of whack man
1978 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT *The Green Machine* 351Mutant§35x12.5R15§3" Body lift§
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