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wow that guy got rip off, on ebay their sell for 42 to 47k buy it now price
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whats the deal with those things? limited production? factory upgrade options/ or a totally different line of f150? how much did they sell for? can any one just buy one or do i have to win the lottery and find a B/J auction?
This was a charity deal. BJ offers a few at each event with one focus. To raise a nice chunk of change for whatever the foundation is.
I'm sure there are a few dealers out there who saw this and added more to the ADM. However, BJ is about offering the opportunity for attention. Vehicle values/prices are of no concern to those bidding/buying during prime auction time.
Apparently a lot of people also missed that it is also the first production raptor to roll off the lines. The first and last of any vehicle are nearly guaranteed to be worth something in the far future.
1987 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4 2.9
Needs a lot of work, including some rot on the body, but shes getting there.
Some people have enough money that it doesn't matter. I am sure he is one of them.
That and it was for charity. Watch those BJ auctions, they will have a charity car or 2 every auction and they always go for well above market price because 1) it is for charity, 2) it is a write off and 3) they can. So nobody got f$%^&ed on anything.
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