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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by caseysmowing, Dec 13, 2012.
Looks like a good truck not worth 7500 thou
What do you think it's worth?? I have some other pics on my phone I'd say fair condition.
i would see if he will take 5000. how worn are the tires? if they are new or like new then I would pay 6500 for the truck, assuming everything works perfect, and it leaks nothing and needs nothing. even 6500 still seems like top dollar....either you need a dump truck and have the money to spend or don't really need a dump or don't have the money to spend. I used my dads 2wd dump truck this summer and i really want a 4wd dump when i buy my own next year, I will settle for a 2wd if its cheap like 3k or less.
What engine gas or diesel if it said i must have missed it. Either way i would say negotiate it down at least a grand looks pretty clean though. Much not plow much snow?
It looked to be Diesel. Albeit the spelling was terrible. My first thought was $5K. I am guessing you could have a chance at $6300.
Check with NADA and go from there.
All the info I have on it. 7.3 diesel 5sp 2wd Pto dump tires are new in the front 75% in the back 6 months left on the inspection has replaced interior seats with different color primer spot on drivers side fender and the guy has only owned it 6 months. Buying this truck for me would be like trying to kill two birds with one stone. I need a bigger truck and a backup truck. I would like to do curbside pickup next year for leaves. The more I think about it I just don't want to spend the money right now. I would rather have a older dump with a bigger bed and gas motor just for the limited use I have right now. Also around the 3k range.
I wouldn't give more then 4500 for it. Your gonna spend 900 in just rear tires and i bet it has its fair share of leaks.