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Old 03-12-2009
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Can I get 5k for my truck?

Its and 04 XL Vinyl Seats and Floors
63,000 Miles
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5spd manual
w/AC
Bed Liner
OHC
Two New Tires

Anyone think I can get $5000 for it?
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How many miles on it?
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fixed
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Considering it is an 04, I dont see why not. Look around in your area on craigslist and autotrader, try to find similar vehicles, that will give you a better idea
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KBB has private party at $5,680 in Jersey. So I you may have a hard sell at 5g's in la.
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Depends on condition. If you've been running off road and buggered up the body, probably not. If it's in mint condition, maybe so, depending on your local economy and if a buyer can get a loan if he needs it.

I have a 2003 in nice shape that I wouldn't even consider selling for $5,000. It's cheaper for me to keep it.
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none on this comp...gotta wait till tom
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I say no. 3-4k is what I would guess.
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I can get that as is on trade with my air bags not fixed
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Of course you can. Car manufacturers are giving out higher prices on trade ins so you will be more likely to purchase a new car and keep them out of the hole.
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They offered me 3k as, 3500 if I got the airbags fixed(which my mech. is gonna do for free)
But I still owe 4200 on it, So I want to get at least 4200 and have a Little chunk to start a down payment
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