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Old 03-29-2012, 05:07 PM
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Thinking of selling...what kind of price??

So I'm thinking of selling my E99 F250. It's a super cab long bed, 4x4. I bought with plans to tow a boat, but we have not been able to buy one yet as my wife has changed jobs and we are currently buying a house. I would like to get a 1/2 ton gasser to drive until I need a diesel again. What are some of the prices I can ask? KBB has a range from $9,900 to $11,100 and mine is in good condition. No means is it excellent, but not crappy either. It has a dent in the front bumper, pass. side ext. door and one on the front fender by the headlight. It runs like a top and drips a lil every so often (plan to find out and fix that). It has 223,000 on it with the mods in my sig. Paint matched headlight bezels. Has new 18" wheels and 35x12.50's with about 4k on them.

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Old 03-30-2012, 02:16 PM
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Well i just paid 3K under blue book for my 2002 350 xlt longbed crew in grea shape, with only 98K miles. has some goodies like 18" moto metal wheels, and brand new 35" mickey mud tires, amp steps, line x bedliner, intake etc.

id say if not in any hurry to sell... put it up for sale at just above top blue book value (considering you have wheels/tires, nice headlights etc) those are things some people look for when buying a truck and stay firm on the price. someone will come along. Youll get plenty of lowballers trust me i went through it selling my 05 6.0 last year.
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Old 03-30-2012, 04:09 PM
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I'd say put on a new front bumper and try for $10-11.
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