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How much is this worth thread...

Discussion in 'Suspension | Axle' started by 84gmcjimmy, May 29, 2005.

  1. 84gmcjimmy

    84gmcjimmy 1 ton status

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    Don't really know if this is the place...but i'm putting an add in the newspaper for the blazer, and its guts...
    prices are in canadian.

    My plan was:
    th350/np205 with TC $450-500
    10 bolt f/r 500 bucks (front has maybe 2 miles on new brake parts, plus other stuff I though)
    front fenders-50/each...some rust
    hood-35 bucks minimal rust at front
    new gas tank-never filled, just a couple litres put in to move-100 bucks

    anyone know if any of the interior pieces are valuable? That I could get a few bucks from?

    If anyone thinks my prices are bad, tell me why and adjust them.
     
  2. 84gmcjimmy

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    TTT please help. need to get this add in ASAP!!!!!
     
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    Steve, try PM'ing Kyle, dhdescender. He is always buying and selling stuff not too far from you and could probably give you a good ball park price range for your stuff in Canadian $.
     
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    Best way to run your ad in the paper will be to start out with "Parting 19XX Chevy Blazer" then list the larger individual parts with prices. All that little stuff is worth something. By putting that in the ad you will get calls on stuff you didn't think was worth saving. :grin:

    Also offer a package price if someone wants to buy everything at once. Add up all the big stuff and subtract about 20-25% as your package price if you are interested in someone taking it all at once and making it easier on you. Any time I have had an ad in the paper, people will call and arrange to come buy something or at least look at it. 75% of the time they don't show up. So be prepared for that.
     
  5. 84gmcjimmy

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    Alright thanks Kenny. I will try the package deal, but I am semi-wanting to keep the doors and front clip. I don't know, money is money.
    I'll try putting my prices in, I will also talk to Kyle and see.

    Thanks.
     

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