1967 - 1972 F-100 & Larger F-Series Trucks
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Can anyone tell me where I could find the value of my 1970 Ford truck? It runs well,is in fair body condition (I think). Has a little rust, one mirror knocked off. It has been redone at a body shop twice. The last time the fella told me that she was getting pretty thin (whatever that means)
I inherited it from and older friend upon her death, and have no clue.....
A man wants me to trade it for his Ford Escort. He wants my truck and $4000.00. That seems like a rip off to me, but I'm no expert in this area. HElp!
No, he wants the $4000.00 plus the truck. He says he knocked a $1000.00 off the price of the escort. It is a '96, I think. It has some cigarette burns and spills on the seats and floor. A few scratches...it was purchased in Michigan and has had only one owner. I think it has some 40,000 miles on it.
The truck had two owners previous to me...it was also purchased and used in Michigan, has some small rust spots even after body work. THe body man said that things were getting "thin" and it couldn't have too many more clean ups. It runs ok, but like any old vehicle needs some things done to it. The heater is kinda slow,and the radio is not working. The passenger mirror fell off. I've enjoyed driving it, but the cost of gas is killing me. 10-12 miles to the gallon...and I wouldn't want to take it on a road trip because I'm no mechanic.
Thanks for answering..it helped...
Angel Your thuck is probally worth $600.00- $2000.00 with $1000.00 being average. I might suggest that you just buy the car and keep the truck if you can swing it. The truck has more use value than monetary value. You will always find a use for the truck. It doesn't seem that the car is a cream puff either.
In the cool still quiet hours of night, you can hear chevies rusting away.
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