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What's it worth?

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Old 09-10-2007, 06:38 AM
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What's it worth?

Hopefully I am not violating any rules by posting this here.
I have a 1994 with less than 50k miles, 6" lift, like new 33" Pro Comp All Terrain's, 392 stroker, built E4OD, 3.73 gears (can still get 12+mpg), Ranch Hand front brush guard, Super Duty bumper, custom steps, color matching Leer topper, XLT trim but WITHOUT power widows or locks, spray-in bedliner, super custom stereo with subs and amp, cab lights, etc, etc, etc.
NEVER any rust which is remarkable for this year anywhere, much less Michigan. Just replaced selector switch for 4WD. This truck is definitely one of a kind. Pulls like a 460, uses speed density system, not MAF. Has pulled our 25.5' 5th wheel several time s with no problems, doesn't even sag.

What should I ask for something like this? Can't go by the year but I also understand the year hurts it for someone to finance it.

Any comments or info appreciated. I see stock high mile junkers up here for ~$5k.
 
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Old 09-11-2007, 05:54 AM
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Anyone, anyone? Bueller. Bueller. Bueller. Somebody's got to have an opinion?!
 
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Old 09-11-2007, 06:12 AM
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I lived in Toledo........a good rust free beast is truly rare up there where you are.......that would add some value.

Best way to get an idea is to google Kelly Blue Book and put it in with all the info about it. You'll get values for stock trucks in your area.........which can vary a lot depending on where you are. Then you have to look at it not being a stock truck.......many want that.......but there are plenty of buyers that want something built and taken care of too.... A lot of the value today is based on who wants to buy it and how bad they want it.
We never get everything out that we put in........so you have to find a middle ground between a stock, excellent condition truck........and what you feel is a fair value for your "extras".
After I did that......I'd list it at my "price".......and see what kind of response I got.
It's definitely NOT an exact science.

Good Luck
Bob
 
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Old 09-11-2007, 08:09 AM
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The year thing is a biiiiggg problem. Nobody can get one that old financed. The only ones who will concider it will be kids (they will tear it up in 6 months). Hopefully one will show up that has rich parents. To be honest all those goodies are just icing on the cake the best you can do is list it for top dollar for that year model and hope you get it. It sounds like a nice truck. Good luck!
 


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