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Old 07-25-2010, 10:33 PM
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Might Be Selling...What Do You Guys Think It's Worth??

I'm thinking of getting rid of my truck and was wondering what you guys think it's worth. I'm just trying to get an idea of what I can expect. I have a trade-in offer of $35,500 right now but holding out this week cause I have another guy interested. I've got over $16K in extras but I know I can't expect to get all that back out of it.

I still love the truck but with all the driving I've been doing I'm thinking I'd rather get a nice fast car and a cheaper truck. I really only need my truck when I tow to the dunes twice a month. Thinking of getting a CLS55 AMG.

The truck has all the mods in my sig plus a spray in bedliner and Delta truck box. It has 33,500 miles on it.






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Old 07-25-2010, 10:42 PM
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Its a really nice truck you should be close and if they are offering you 35500 on trade then obviously they think they can get more.
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Old 07-25-2010, 10:54 PM
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Yea I know they will mark it up some from their offer, how much I don't know. I'm just having a hard time cause it's hard to assess the value (if any) of all the mods. I know NADA retail is around $41K I think and KBB retail is $45K. I also have to consider the savings from taxes by trading it in on something the same value which would be another $2,600 vs. selling it outright. It's possible I can find a buyer and do a run through so I would get the tax savings and more out of the truck possibly but it's not for sure they would do that.
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traded my 06 E55 for my 2010 F-350 and far love the ford more. AMG was to pretentious for me.
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Would you be interested in selling any of the parts off of it?
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Yea I understand what you mean about being pretentious. Problem is there aren't many 4 door cars out there that have the power and speed I'm looking for. I'd like an '09 CTS-V but can't justify $50K on a car. I'm actually going to drive an E55 AMG tomorrow just to see how I like it. I've driven everything from the G35s to the new CTS4 and they all seem to be lacking in the power department. Who knows, maybe I will drive them all and decide to just keep it. Another option I considered was getting a 2011 and not lifting it and doing more of a sporty look to it...would be easier to drive and park in the city and get much better highway mpg. They are still strong though...best I've seen is around $50K for a loaded Lariat.

Sorry if I sell it I'm selling it all together, don't want to sell anything off of it.

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35.5 is good for a stock truck. The mods you have on there wont bring you much (if any) extra if its a dealer. You would get the most out of it if you were to de-mod and sell/trade it.

Do you have any of the stock parts left?

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Yea I know they will mark it up some from their offer, how much I don't know. I'm just having a hard time cause it's hard to assess the value (if any) of all the mods. I know NADA retail is around $41K I think and KBB retail is $45K. I also have to consider the savings from taxes by trading it in on something the same value which would be another $2,600 vs. selling it outright. It's possible I can find a buyer and do a run through so I would get the tax savings and more out of the truck possibly but it's not for sure they would do that.
Dude, take the trade in amount. Those KBB values are ridiculously high. $45k for a used lariat!? I paid just pittance more than that for my truck brand new!
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Dude, take the trade in amount. Those KBB values are ridiculously high. $45k for a used lariat!? I paid just pittance more than that for my truck brand new!
I know, KBB is retarded high. I got a new offer today at $37K trade-in which with tax savings on the new car makes it like selling it outright for $39,500. I figure that's not bad at all, even with all the mods included. I'm looking at a Infiniti G35Xs with every option and can get it at NADA clean trade-in value. I figured it out today and with the cheaper payment and gas savings (80% of my driving is commuting 60-90 miles each way) I will save roughly $500-$550 a month. That right there will make the payment on a pretty nice diesel when I go to get one next spring. I will hate to see it go, but a nice car and a cheaper diesel will be better for my needs since I really only need a diesel two times a month in the summer is all.
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Yea I'd say the truck has got to be around the 40K mark.
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