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Nobody in their right mind would pay even close to 10 grand for your truck. I would never buy a lifted truck let alone a 7 year old step side with the ugliest cap known to mankind. 5 grand Canadian max is what I would offer.
You're a fool....

In your sig it says you have a 2011 FX4....which means you probably bought it brand new from the dealer and paid over 20k for it. That is a stupid *** thing to do in my opinion. To me, they aren't worth that new.
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You're a fool....

In your sig it says you have a 2011 FX4....which means you probably bought it brand new from the dealer and paid over 20k for it. That is a stupid *** thing to do in my opinion. To me, they aren't worth that new.
i believe he is the same guy who was complaining on how big of a pos the ranger is, and how he wants a tacoma so bad but couldnt afford one.

also, he just came back from a ban lol
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I could have afforded a Tacoma no problem. They are just too expensive for what you get. I just bought a $50,000 F150 lariat to replace the 07 sport though. It sure is rough having money.
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I could have afforded a Tacoma no problem. They are just too expensive for what you get. I just bought a $50,000 F150 lariat to replace the 07 sport though. It sure is rough having money.
Just because you financed a $50k truck doesn't mean you have money.......
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This thread is going downhill fast

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its pretty much a given anytime you post a thread like this


I looked up the value of my particular year/model, then compared with a 4x4 with the same options (on KBB) and surprisingly enough, the 2WD had more value ($5300 vs $5400 for mine)
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Just because you financed a $50k truck doesn't mean you have money.......
LOL, BOC (Balling on Credit)
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Hey i have a 2002 ranger and it was stock when i bought it from a local guy. It had 64,000 miles on it when i got it and i then lifted it 2.5 inches and 31 inch tires. I paid 9650 for it and it needed new tires in about 5k miles or so. Blue book was 10,400 with good tread on the tires so it put me right around that. You people that are saying 5-7 k are so wrong on the current price market for these things. Shure the economy is going down as we speak but thats what people are paying for them and really more in my area. The trade in on my truck when the lady that had it before me was givin 8k as a trade in. So there you go and think what u want but people are going to smaller trucks for slightly better mpg and economy reasons. Take a look at mine and tell me what you think. Oh and by the way, im 18 and i paid cash for it and had plenty left even after the lift and tires. Current looking to add a Smith M&P 9 mil to my holster.

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Just because you financed a $50k truck doesn't mean you have money.......
Not to mention if he paid 50k for it. Can you imagine the interest he's paying on that truck? Probably at least another 10k on top of it. I hope you enjoy your 60k truck that is now worth about 35k since it was driven off the lot.
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Hey i have a 2002 ranger and it was stock when i bought it from a local guy. It had 64,000 miles on it when i got it and i then lifted it 2.5 inches and 31 inch tires. I paid 9650 for it and it needed new tires in about 5k miles or so. Blue book was 10,400 with good tread on the tires so it put me right around that. You people that are saying 5-7 k are so wrong on the current price market for these things. Shure the economy is going down as we speak but thats what people are paying for them and really more in my area. The trade in on my truck when the lady that had it before me was givin 8k as a trade in. So there you go and think what u want but people are going to smaller trucks for slightly better mpg and economy reasons. Take a look at mine and tell me what you think. Oh and by the way, im 18 and i paid cash for it and had plenty left even after the lift and tires. Current looking to add a Smith M&P 9 mil to my holster.
I think you're on to something with the prices. Trucks are much higher now than they were two years ago.

I bought my 2006 F150 supercrew 4x4 in August 2008 for under $13k, it had 52000 miles when I bought it.I sold it in October 2010 with 70000 miles for $16k. So I got two years and 18k miles out of it and actually made three thousand dollars. How often does that happen?
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Truck values are for sure going up! I paid 8k for mine almost 2 years ago with only 29k on the clock. It now just rolled 60k and I happened to look at the current value in my area and its at $8500. And I'm 2wd lol.

All in all I think buyers are looking more for quality used cars in this economy. Obviously that demand is bringing the cost of a used vehicle up but its still saving them a ton of money.
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Well hey it really dont matter what my rangers worth because it took me over a year to find mine in my area so the only way im partin with mine is for gas to be 10.00 a gallon, or i have a wreck( fingers crossed)
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Just because you financed a $50k truck doesn't mean you have money.......
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If I am to buy a vehicle, and I see that said vehicle has been taken good care of, I do not low-ball. So, If I had the money available, I sure would pay 10k for that truck.

On the other hand, If that vehicle needs maintenance and the problems on that car are evident, but the vehicle itself is worth buying, I'd sure be trying to lower the asking price.

I paid 7k for an 03 model, and I've had no issues with my truck. It had low mileage, not a single oil leakage or seeping anywhere on that truck. Oil changes and maintenance every 3.5k and 10k miles (as stated by the maintenance book). Interior was perfect. In my opinion, it all depends on the condition of the truck, not the model, and how bad you want to own that vehicle.
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Thumbs up for blocking that one haha ^
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