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Old 06-07-2011, 06:25 PM
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1997 F350 4x4, Worth what hes asking?

Looking at a 1997 F350 4wd auto with 160k regular cab long bed. Has 285/75r16s on it decent tread. Bodies in decent shape. Guys said it has a new tranny with 100k warranty. Has a edge tune on it too. Dont no much else about it. Hes askin 7,000$ obo.

Anything i should check for when i go to see it again?

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Old 06-07-2011, 06:27 PM
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Its an XL too
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i paid less for crew cab. mine had 230k.miles thogh
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I would say it is worth it with that few of miles. Just check it out real good.
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Ight ima offer him 6 and go up from there, i need a good tow rig and cant afford a newer right now so im just gunna get this use it for awhile then resell it.
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there is a really good looking 97 psd reg cab 2wd here in oceanside ca for 3k, i wouldnt pay that much for a regualar cab though, but check for rust and what not, offer him 5k and go up from there (haggle a bit)
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alright, im in NC so CA is pretty far away haha cost me that much to get it here
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alright, im in NC so CA is pretty far away haha cost me that much to get it here
I think that's a little steep for xl model even of it's low on rust. Definitely start offering at 5000. For the 3000 in Cali that worth your while. Look up north. I'm in pa and have seen some good ones for for around $3000. There's a cclb 4x4 auo in new Hampshire for $3000 right now.
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If trucks up north didn't rust so often I would look north, but I only look in southern states for that reason

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