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Old 09-24-2012, 01:47 PM
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thinking about selling

just wont to get some idea of how much you guys think my truck is worth

1997 f250 4x4
just rolled over 200k
kingpin dana 60 front
stock sterling 10.25 rear
automatic tranny (rebuilt)
3 inch rsk $300
4 inch skyjacker front springs $550
high steer arm
7 inch rear block
custom tractions bars
4.10 gears front and rear
beans stage 2 injectors $1600
stock turbo
intercooler $500
beans electric fuel pump $1100
18 xd rims $700
37x13.5 toyo mt tires about 3k miles $1700
3 inch downpipe
to 4 inch
to a 6inch cat stack $100
custom front and rear bumpers
custom center console with a kicker 10 in it
pioneer 800w amp
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Old 09-24-2012, 04:21 PM
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well - you may not wanna hear it, but ill be the first to say - dont expect to see most of that money back. at this point, its really just a selling point to sway someone over to your truck instead of another. ALSO - it really doesnt matter WHAT you have in it, or on it - cause most people will be more interested in the condition of truck itself, over extra's. i mean, without seeing pictures, unless your truck is in showroom conditon, i think the overall condition, and impression of the truck itself will determmine the price.

my advice would be to start looking on craigslist and ebay to see what similar trucks are going for.
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Old 09-24-2012, 05:35 PM
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Really depends on the buyer. If they are into 7.3 performance and they like the way your truck is built, it will fetch a premium. If they like 7.3 performance, but would rather build the truck themselves their willingness to pay extra for the add-ons will be less. If they just want a truck to tow their boat to and from the lake, and think Electric-Fuel is something found on a hybrid ....well lets just hope they don't end up with the truck.
Round these parts I'd say you're in the $10,000 range the way the truck sits.
Might be better selling the performance parts to someone who knows what they are worth, in exchange for parts to return the vehicle to stock.
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Will need to see some pics...
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Old 09-25-2012, 05:39 PM
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Damn !!!! That truck is Tight
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Damn !!!! That truck is Tight
thanks man. gets compliments everywhere i go!
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It sure is pretty but I would never buy it, I use my truck for well a truck, too high to pull a goose neck, but is nice I do like it a bunch.
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Wouldnt mind a couple more pics of that rear bumper....i like the looks of it and about to start building my own.
Did you build it or buy it?
Also, whats the length on that stack? Like how it's tucked in behind the toolbox

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