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What's a good selling price?

Discussion in 'Other Rides' started by landsmasher, Apr 15, 2002.

  1. landsmasher

    landsmasher 1/2 ton status

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    What\'s a good selling price?

    Have a 92 Furd E150 full size cargo van. Rebuilt OD trans a year ago. AC needs recharge. Has cruise control and works fine. 238k on the van and motor. 302 Motor has been well taken care of and still running fine (no leaks). Fuel Injected. Good tires and straight body with just door nicks. Would like to get $4k. Do you think it's a good price to ask if I want to sell it quick?
     
  2. UseYourBlinker

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    Re: What\'s a good selling price?

    Try 4k or best offer.
     
  3. chevyracing

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    Re: What\'s a good selling price?

    Here is the Kelley Blue Book report for that vehicle as you stated it.

    John


    Engine: V8 5.0 Liter
    Trans: Automatic
    Drive: Rear Wheel Drive
    Mileage: 238,000




    Equipment
    Air Conditioning
    Power Steering
    AM/FM Stereo



    Consumer Rated Condition: Good
    "Good" condition means that the vehicle is free of any major defects. The paint, body and interior have only minor (if any) blemishes, and there are no major mechanical problems. In states where rust is a problem, this should be very minimal, and a deduction should be made to correct it. The tires match and have substantial tread wear left. A clean title history is assumed. A "good" vehicle will need some reconditioning to be sold at retail; however major reconditioning should be deducted from the value. Most recent model cars owned by consumers fall into this category.


    Private Party Value $3,700

    Private Party value represents what you might expect to pay for a used car when purchasing from a private party. It may also represent the value you might expect to receive when selling your own used car to another private party.
     

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