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Buyer sets the actual price.........of anything.
Best bet is to look at local craigslist, newspapers and Truck Trader ads
That's the competition for your future buyer
Not sure what the market is like in Florida for small trucks, Rangers usually go for more than other brands, they have a good a Rep
In the ads you will see the ASKING prices for similar small pickups.
See how long they have been advertised, that will tell you if ASKING price is too high to get any calls.
You can email sellers to see if they did sell it and for how much.
Running drive-able pickups always have valve, they are utility vehicles.
2004 Regular cab 2WD with 150k in Fort Pierce, Fla?
2004 regular cab 2WD with 156k in Stuart, Fla?
You should sell your truck in Stuart, lol, I think the $7,500 price means "not for sale" unless it comes with $4,000 rebate.
The $3,500-$4,000 ASKING range looks more realistic
My kids still thank me for "making" them learn to drive a stick, they groused about it at the time but are often the only ones in a group of friends that can do it when the need arises.