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Old 01-24-2009, 11:03 PM
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need help with price

So times are tough and I should sell my baby for the survival of the family so I was curious if I could get some input on the pricing of my truck.

1974 F100 Ranger XLT ( I took all the badges off)
44 out of a 78 and was rebuilt before installed, new axles, new seals, bearings,tie rod ends, hubs (well everything)$1,300
New power steering box with saginaw pump
Rebuilt NP205
Rebuilt C6 ($1,000)
Auto meter ultralite gauges, Kenwood detatch cd player ($1,200)
New carpet
4 Point in cab roll cage
New window seals
2.5 exhuast w/ 80 series flow masters $600 (september 08 only about 5 hours on it)
Body & Paint done in May 08 $2100, I did not do the bed because it was $600 extra to paint it and I wanted a spray in bed liner.

Engine is 460 bored 30 over Built by Garrett Machine Home Page
Dove heads, 3 angle .060, .080
Keith Black pistons dome 4.390
rings 5/64, 3/16 + .030
Lunati hyd cam 260/286
comp cam alloy roller rockers 1:73
polished crankshaft m.010, r.010
lunati lifters .875
Balanced
7 quart oilpan
hi-vol oilpump
750 Holley
new Stock ignition, MSD coil
New alternator
new Bat
$7,300 total in the engine.

C6 and engine have less than 3,000 miles

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Old 01-25-2009, 11:36 PM
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I'm actually going to keep it and finish it. I have too much into it to give it away.
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Old 01-26-2009, 01:22 PM
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Nice truck, I'm glad you are keeping it. Once you put that much into a old truck, it is hard to get it back or even close to what it is worth. And welcome to the Oregon Chapter.
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