Discussion in 'The Drivers Lounge' started by ABFer, Feb 4, 2014.
Just wait for another stimulus ....lol
I'm trying a different angle and see what happens.
Wanted: 3/4 Ton Pickup Duramax/7.3 Powerstroke
10 speed is a good energy efficient choose...Congrats !!
High mileage with some rust......but cheap. Make offer 97 Ford F350 XLT 4x4 Powerstroke
Mileage is high but it it was in my hood I'd go look at it.
Here ya go, get yourself some goggles and a scarf, you'll be styling.
96 Dodge Ram 2500 Cummins Diesel Project/Parts Truck
Could get this, and use it for fishing too
1967 AMPHICAR POSSIBLY THE BEST ORIGINAL AMPHICAR STILL AVAILABLE!
this has a diesel
1971 Ford F100
That Ford is awesome !! Shooter.
Here's one, looks nice but the guy wants $15,000, Kelly Blue Book $11,800.
2002 Chevy duramax trede?
Better check your figures. If it is the LS, clean trade-in is around $11,500 and retail is $15000 according to NADA. Loan value is still around $11,000. I trust NADA over KBB. The dealerships and banks go off NADA.
I wouldn't pay retail, but somewhere between trade and retail.
I have a cap of $12,000 for anything I buy but these guys are all so proud of their trucks. Thanks for the tip to use NADA, will do.
Cash is king. If you show up with 120 $100 dollar bills, it will peak their interest no matter what the price. (Within reason)
Anytime I advertise on Craigslist, I always price high. That gives the customer room to talk me down and feel like they got a good bargain.
I hear all that. Funny thing with me though, when these guys are asking $15,000 and I tell them $12,000 is my limit they get offended. The one guy has had his truck for sale for two months now and still owns it.
Offer them 12K and some of those 5K posts...:)
Offering and showing a lot of cash are two different things.
I looked at a 97 F250 today, my favorite Black/silver 2-tone...I almost ***** looking at it, the salesman dropped the price 2k without me even mentioning it yet..lol. That thing was sweet!!!
CCX wanted me to ask you "why is there white stuff on the paint"
I did KBB and NADA on same vehicle and they came out about the same, both 4k below the trucks price. But if that truck was listed at that price, it would have probably sold in a matter of hours..lol.
Are you familiar with cargurus? they don't go below 1999 but, it shows "great deal" "good deal" etc compared to what they think cars "market value" should be, I don't know where they get market value though, trying to find out
Talk about a man being proud of his truck...***2003 Ford F250 Crew Cab Lariat FX4 - ZF 6 Speed - King Ranch***
And they local guy with the $14,999 price tag on is 2000 model has dropped his price a bit...to $14, 750 I'm sure that'll bring in the calls.