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|01-04-2017 06:20 AM|
Originally Posted by ShiZor9 View Post
I have a 2006 ccsb with 65000 miles on it, that showed trade in at 20220.
Been looking at new ones and dealers have been appraising my truck at 20000 even.
|01-04-2017 04:56 AM|
Originally Posted by Big Tone View Post
|01-03-2017 06:21 PM|
If you know someone at your bank call them and ask them for the black book values.
That's the best way to get correct Value of a vehicle.
|01-03-2017 06:04 PM|
Originally Posted by JustinOOO9 View Post
Everyone of them were saving me from the horrible International engines Ford used before they built their own diesel. Your right on their trade in at $7,000-$10,000 less then the going price. Because the 6.0 is a throwaway truck at trade in, yet up front they will sell yours for $10,000 more. For Sure.
|01-03-2017 04:56 PM|
Originally Posted by jd4010 View Post
Unless you are trading the truck in on a more valuable truck you won't get 15k on a trade in. A lot of dealers just say "oh it's a 6.0 those are bad blah blah" then it's for sale tomorrow for 10k more.
Sell private party and use half for down payment and half for goodies.
|01-03-2017 04:28 PM|
|cthurston09||I would look at NADA at clean retail. It will be higher than KBB. List it at NADA price and negotiate from there. My 06 ccsb lariat with 219k blue booked at 13500, NADA said 16,500 clean retail. You can look in my sig what's done to it so I listed it at 17,500. Had a few hits but not too much. Mileage complaints mostly. I was offered 13,500 trade in without the dealer even seeing it|
|01-03-2017 04:09 PM|
Yeah trade in sucks. I lost $4k in 4 months on my 2013 Fusion trading it in on my '06 F-250 lol.
As far as price goes, forget about what KBB says. KBB is a great base line for people that have no idea what they've got, but in general see what the prices are on Craigslist. There's a black '04 F-250 CCLB lariat FX4 with 95k miles for $19k and a white 2003 CCLB F-350 XLT with 70k miles for $14k.
If your truck is in decent condition, I see no reason why it wouldn't bring $15-16k in the greater Seattle area.
|01-03-2017 03:38 PM|
Value of 2004 F350
|01-03-2017 03:35 PM|
Value of 2004 F350
I just paid $19,000 for a 2006 CC Lariat Dually in excellent condition with 109,000 miles; stock.
I also have an '04 same specs but with a moonroof...bulletproofed. I'd start at $15,000 and probably settle around $12,000/12,500.
I think stock has more value...personally.
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|01-03-2017 02:50 PM|
|cthurston09||Throw it up on Craigslist or where ever and start shopping for a new one. If you find a new one you want to look at, go look and see if the dealership will give you what you want for it. If it doesn't work out keep looking. But keep advertising it on your own just in case|
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