Discussion in 'The Garage' started by chevyracing, May 1, 2002.
Seems a little high to me...
especially on the add he said the a/c does not blow cold and it needs a little work.
in is worth 10k then, with the dash installed/forums/images/icons/laugh.gif
judging by the tags this thing is about 45 minutes from me...
those first gen guys are usually proud of their curvy sheet metal, but man, where's the line?
It's just supply and demand. There's not a lot of decent first gens left. If you check Trucks for sale on the board, there are very few. Even the first gen board is only a bit over 10000 messages. Heck the garage will be there in a couple of weeks.
I'm not defending the price...but I understand it.
First gens are getting expensive. I have seen ones like that go for 8 grand. Its not that unheard of.
I Know decent trucks are harder to come by up here in MN. If that blazer is as nice as it appears to be I would have gladly paid that much back when I was in the market, maybe even still now.
He'll probably get it, the truck does seem to need some minor work and a little work on the paint, but the interior seems to be good, probably worth at least 5k, the first gens are expensive in good condition.
Man. I lucked out. I paid half that for mine in PA and all I added to it was seat covers and shocks. How could I forget the dixie horn.
I had a 72 K/5 body in mint condition ( except I didn't like the color "puke green") 454, 4-speed, 14 bolt FF and a Dana 60 with 410 gears. I bought that truck in the spring of 2000 for $1,800.00 . Wish I would have known what it was worth, I traded it for a 86 Riveara a year later.
yeah around these parts 1st gens are almost non-existant. I'm not a big enough fan of them to own one, but I would love a 2wd BBC truck like that style
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