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Old 03-24-2008
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How Much?

I have a 2005 ranger with a 4.0 and a 5 speed tranny it has 16,000 miles. it is in perfect condition but it was wrecked and then repaired and it has a prior salvage title i was just wondereing what its value was thanks.
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Salvage titled cars are worth about 25% to 50% less. And IMO a run of the mill ranger would be 50% because its such a common vehicle.

IN all honesty.. with that low of milage you could part the vehicle out and make more money then you would by selling it as a whole.

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ill take the shifter lever and ball if you decide to part it
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