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Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by zim bob the landscaper, Nov 29, 2008.
im thinking about selling my international S1900 and would like to know what i could get for it
It appears in really nice shape. You should be able to get about $3500 - $4000 for it.
i know i can get more than that alot of people are telling me between 8 and 10.5k so idk if i get the right offer then i probly will sell it if not then i keep it lol
You would think so.
Thats the same thing i was thinking. I have the same truck but a 1989 in really nice shape with a plow and highway sander. I have been trying to sell it for 3 years now at $5000.
If you look in the truck papers these trucks unfortunately go for peanuts.
I didnt respond as an insult or to lowball your truck.
I myself am surprised as heck how little these sell for.
I thought at least 10k for mine would have been a bargain.
I hope you can get at least 5K. My buddy picked one up recently for 5K and it seems to be in worse shape than yours. Yours looks like it's in real good shape.
yea im getting a feeling its going to be a tough sale but my dad has worked for many trucking companies so he might just have to talk to them and see if they want to buy it lol if not then im just going to have to keep it but i realy want a chevy 4500 with a blizzard 8611 for next winter lol
My problem is when i buy something, i dont do enough research before i do. So i end up paying what seems like a steal to me but come to find out I always paid too much.
yea i know lol but i only paid 3500 for this truck but the work i put into it i cant sell it for what i paid if i have to put it back to work in the spring then all well ill try to find some pic of it when i first bought it
heres one of when i bought it