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Old May 23rd, 2009, 08:54 PM
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selling my 95 D90 ST - need help on pricing

I'm selling my 95 D90 ST and need help on pricing it. It's not a garage queen and has been used, but taken care of. Once we figure out a price, I'll post it in the for sale section.

~110,000 miles and going strong.

OME springs/shocks
American Racing 16 x 7 wheels
235/85 16 tires with lots of tread depth
ARB bumper w/Warn 8000 winch
Mantec rock sliders
Diff guards
ARB air lockers front and rear - 4.11 gears
- mechanical air switches for activation
Fabitron hinged rear trailing arms
Rovertracks high clearance tie rod and drag link
Stainless oil cooler lines

On-board air with York engine driven compressor
- 2.5 gal air tank mounted above rear drive line
- universal air couplers front and rear
- separate line regulated down for air lockers

9 gallon auxiliary gas tank with transfer pump
- frame mounted under the passenger seat

Tuffy center console mounted with a custom frame so it will stay in place even if you roll and you need to support your weight on it
Troy fender top boxes - locks are keyed with the Tuffy console

Badger I FDS in Anthracite - dragged through a tree on a car carrier - it's been repaired
Badger tonneau in black
Badger Surrey in Anthracite

Badger soft door tops and originals with stainless studs

I have the original rear bumper as well.

Probably other stuff I forgot ...

In the four years I've owned it, I added everything above that's not stock and:
aftermarket y-pipe, stock muffler and O2 sensor
steering damper
convex mirrors
ball joints

All the routine maintenance has been done
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Old May 23rd, 2009, 09:10 PM
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Old May 23rd, 2009, 09:46 PM
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Eric, bummer to hear you're selling the D90. I don't think the market will support more that 23-24ish right now for your truck, but if you aren't in a hurry, I'd test the waters at 27-28 and see what sort of response you get.

This is a nice truck guys, the fender dent doesn't indicate neglect, but rather use. Eric takes good care of his machinery.
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Old May 23rd, 2009, 10:11 PM
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Nice lotus!

In this market, you will be lucky to see 18-20k. For top money, fix the dent, clean it up and return it to stock and sell off all the accessories seperately. At a very minimum, repaint the rear cross member, clean up the rear skid plate and install the stock rear bumper again and take off the ARB in front. People seem to pay more for the stock or at least do not pay more for modifications.

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Old May 23rd, 2009, 11:37 PM
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Thanks guys.

Hey Jim, thanks for the compliment. I'm moving onto other things for now. Got a Powerstroke Excursion to haul the family on road trips and camping. I'm sure when my girls get older, we'll be wheeling again...

Ron, unfortunately time's not on my side. I still have to get the cam towers back on the Lotus. A simple (well, not so simple) valve adjust is probably going to take a couple months just to find a free weekend to get it back together. I could start swapping stuff off and selling, but I'd have to give up sleeping.

Maybe I'll start at $22k and see where it goes ...
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Sleep is overrated. I am halfway through a motor swap in my lotus.
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My $ 0.02

Don't make a whore out of the vehicle, what I mean, place in your mind ( not your heart as we normally do ) an amount you can live with for letting the vehicle go. After a market analysis, set yourself at a place where time could be a factor. If you need the sell to be almost immediate , then set it below market, and if time it is not of the essence, set it at market or slightly above.

The biggest mistake ( and it is quite often done ) is to set an amount way high, and then slowly lowering it by thousands.

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Old May 24th, 2009, 06:40 PM
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Hey Gustavo, that is excellent advice. Sometimes, there seems to be only two prices: one that's low enough to generate excitement (feeding frenzy) and the other which is too high and generates no interest.

Thanks!
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Sometimes, you see ads where seller speaks of good and bad.Lays it out there.
Particularly if they lay out well known areas, and state if rust is, or is not, prevalent, and where it does occur etc.
This might help make a really good ad for your truck, as well as reinforce your pricing model.
It does look like a nice truck, and best of luck with your sale.
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