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Discussion in 'Trucks' started by kobered, Nov 18, 2017.
Dude that truck is gonna command a pretty price premium...
Price? Contact info?
Oh man, a white sport! I had that truck in red but with a 12v (converted it to the 99+ bumper).
If that thing was a 5 speed I'd be all over it. That's a 20k$+ truck all day long.
How much are you asking?
Honestly that truck is such a unicorn, it's hard to say what it's worth.
I could see someone dropping that kinda coin on it, just gotta find that someone.
Sweet truck for sure.
Not to bust your chops but someone can get an 18 with everything that truck has for what you want.
Super clean truck just need someone wanting that year with that mileage.
I’m not a Dodge guy but that is a beautiful truck, better than a 2018 in some ways (pre Obama truck and you can’t even get a 2018 with a 4:10 rear end and auto trans anymore) and a 2018 4X4 diesel is over $50k. Are you saying that is what he wants for it?? $50k?
I was at the Palm Springs Classic Car Auto Auction today and saw a 1974 Chevy Blazer 2 door, totally restored to perfect condition, sell for $15,000 (it was probably less than $15k new).
That truck will probably be worth $50K in 20 years if it still had those miles, but its worth a lot now.
Nice truck for sure, but if your serious about selling your going to have to come to a realistic price or just plan on keeping it. When selling a vehicle sentimental value can not figure into a realistic value. Good luck with the sale. Let us know what you get for it. I say 15 to 20k hopefully I'm wrong.
25 to 30 in that condition. I sold mine with 250k mi for 18k pre def cummins have great resale
Biggest issue is the low mileage though....diesels love to run not sit
I think the mileage is a huge plus....if it gets driven a 1000 miles a year, it’s a gem. That engine will go 250k to 500k with good fuel and filters.
They don’t make that truck any more. If I had it, I would never sell it. I’d keep it forever.
But you can’t get $45k now, because most people don’t understand that the older trucks are better, they want Blue Tooth and interfaces.
Tradesman truck has everything that does other than leather and maybe a power seat.
Maybe no on the 4:10 rear end but the current motor makes way more power.
And pre tax title and license you can get a new 2018 ram 2500 Cummins for 45k. OTD 50k.
Looks like a gasser. Here's a diesel
It says diesel?
But, on second look it does say v8??
They need to clean their shit up, lol
this is very true. My 7.3L power stroke only averaged about 6k a year before a purchased it. Once I started daily driving her she started to have a lot of issues. Now that I have put over 15k on her in the last 11 months she's happier than ever! Some times I would rather buy a really well maintained average mile vehicle over a low mile vehicle that sat in a garage.
On a side note if I have the money and was on the market I would give you 28k for this beautiful truck.
Ill trade you my custom lifted 2000 Ford excursion with the famous 7.3L power stroke.
Just another bullet point for you. I sold my 2001.5 (rear disk brakes) ETH/DEE 6-speed HO truck about 3 months ago. 192k on it, 20" wheels/tires, leveling kit, 500rwhp/1150ft-lbs of upgrades (clutch, injectors, turbo, Edge box, 4" exhaust, DD camshaft, Spearco intercooler, etc), 2003+ upgraded brakes front and rear...basically all the goodies, ready to tow. Started at $20k, ended up selling it for $15,500 with some spare parts and a spare tire. Granted your truck has very low miles and is in great shape, but it's not going to command more than it was new. Good luck either way.
Still 100k or is your price more realistic now?
More pics so more money
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Such a clean truck!!
It will sell within a week with a realistic price.
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That's amazing. I hav the identical truck since new in a 4x4 dually that just turned over 90K. Lol
I just bought a new 2018 for 52k.........very cool truck but 45k?