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What's my truck worth?

Just curious to find out what my truck might be worth.

It's a 1998 Ford Ranger Stepside XLT. It has the 3.0 V6, 2WD, extended cab, green interior and exterior and a matching topper on the back. No power anything.

It also has 65K on the odometer.

Any suggestions? I can post photos tomorrow.
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like 5-6000
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I appreciate it, I've looked on NADA, KBB etc, however they're not always the most reliable. Most of the vehicle specific boards actually are a lot more accurate in day to day sales.

I've been thinking about trading it in on a F150 or Tacoma.
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The mileage you truck has IMO makes it desireable. 100k 4cyl 5spd xlt power option trucks are on craigslist for about 2500-3000. so 5000-6000 sounds reasonable to me. Check out your local craigslist chaptor to see what people are wanting out oftheirs.
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Sounds pretty basic. If you're trading it in, don't expect much from it. Probably 1-2k less than KBB trade in if they are feeling nice.
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Did you flex it? :)
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KBB is usually well above TMV on vehicles that old.

KBB is always the high end of the market.

Edmunds is usually the most accurate. When used car shopping, I start at the edmunds price and decide from there. They can either take it or leave it. Regardless, I rarely see vehicles posted very far above edmunds selling quickly.
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Hmmm..... I think I'll buff my car out today and put a sign in the window tomorrow.
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IMO...NADA(fair)+EDMUND'S(fair)+KBB(fair) =Average(Divide by 3) = A good starting point.
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