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Old 12-01-2009, 08:21 PM
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Hi. We recently bought a piece of property that has an old Ford Unibody on it. The tail gate is in tact as well as most of the body. I am interested in selling it. Anyone know what it might be worth?
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Is it drivable? It will bring more money of it runs. If it's rust free someone might give you $5,000.00 for it.




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Where are you located at and condition of vehicle will determine price; in my opinion; also welcome aboard; I sure someone will chime asking too buy!

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I'd suggest posting as many pictures as you can and then ask for our opinions. Be sure to get photos of the cab mounts, inside of the bed, and the radiator support (stick the camera in the wheelwell and aim at the back of the headlights). If you search on here for unibody trucks, you'll find some examples of how rusty these trucks can get. Good luck!
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