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Hey guys im selling a 2008 Dodge ram 4x4 quad cab. The truck is brand new only has 1,500 miles on. It is the slt model and has everything but leather and power seats. The truck also has the 4.7 liter v8, if any one is interested it is located it Little Rock AR and the price is 22k, please feel free to call with any questions. 501-952-3602

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They are selling the same truck brand new at the local Dodge dealer for 18,495 and still can't sell them. Trucks are a hard item to sell right now. Good luck selling yours.
 

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Wow that thing is new, are you a dealer or is it your truck? Pics might help.
 

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I checked at the dealers and i am 1k lower then what they will sell them for, i won the truck in a raffle and dont need it if anyone is interested please send me your email address and i will be more then willing to send pics. dont mean to sound like an ass but if your not interested in the truck please keep your thoughts to yourself.

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I'd suggest hanging on to it for a few months and see how the market goes. Nearly new trucks are hard to sell now because of the new prices. You need to find a cash buyer in order for it to pay off for them to buy your truck. The average buyer would finance it and lose the extra $1000 in interest.

For example:The new truck at $23,000 + sales tax (6% as example) + title, reg, etc $345 would finance out for 72 months at 0% for Just over $340 per month. A used truck for 72 months at 7% (private party sale) at $22,000 would finance for around $400 per month. In order to get the same payment the truck would have to sell for around $18,800.

Assuming you can no longer get 0% on a new dodge (although I think you still can) a rate of 2.9% would get you a payment of around $375 per month on a $23,000 truck. The used one would have to sell for $20,500 to get a similar payment---a $2500 difference.

The lifetime warranty comes with a new truck, as well, and can't be transferred---that adds additional value to the new one.

Supposedly the prices are headed back up---I'm waiting myself to sell one or two of our trucks.

Remember---even though it's annoying to have lawnsite members butting into your sale ad, we also but into every manufacturer's and dealer's business when we share the pros, cons, and prices of whatever we have experience with on this site.

It would be very difficult forsomeone to run a real scam on this forum.
 

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That's one nice raffle prize. Why not make it a quick sale and pocket the ca$h. payup
 
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