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Old June 29th, 2014, 05:46 PM
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Less than $26k for sure. Late teens early 20's. Consider the challenge you'll have convincing someone to buy it ...
I'd buy it for $26k, or more. NY is a ball-busting state, and if they assigned a vin & title with their own ID# of go for it.
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Old June 29th, 2014, 10:49 PM
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I'd also say go for it, but that price is high. Was the 200 installed new? Or how much mileage on it? Too bad it is not a 300. Interior is not bad but missing rear side impact bars and jump seats. If in really good mechanical nick, sub-40 just because not a 300. But on the other hand, this is a real find these days: an updated 110 CSW with a state issued VIN, insurance history etc. how to put a price on that? Maybe that actually adds a few thou because peace of mind: this one is grandfathered in. Nice truck, nice colour. I'd work them below 40, then buy with confidence.

What kind of bumper is that? Very nice, looks ARB but just that bit better. Wish I had one like that.

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Old June 30th, 2014, 08:45 AM
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I'd also say go for it, but that price is high. Was the 200 installed new? Or how much mileage on it? Too bad it is not a 300. Interior is not bad but missing rear side impact bars and jump seats. If in really good mechanical nick, sub-40 just because not a 300. But on the other hand, this is a real find these days: an updated 110 CSW with a state issued VIN, insurance history etc. how to put a price on that? Maybe that actually adds a few thou because peace of mind: this one is grandfathered in. Nice truck, nice colour. I'd work them below 40, then buy with confidence.

What kind of bumper is that? Very nice, looks ARB but just that bit better. Wish I had one like that.

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200 was installed new. Has 77k on the clock. Mechanically in super shape. As per bumper, I'm not entirely sure. It's super heavy duty though.
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Old June 30th, 2014, 09:17 AM
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To determine what its worth think about this ... you buy it and then have an immediate change of circumstance and need to sell it quickly. What price do you think you could get and how much of a haircut would you be willing to take?
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Purchased. Thanks guys. I appreciate all the help!
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Purchased. Thanks guys. I appreciate all the help!
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Asking price. $41,900. Will make a great project truck. More to come...
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The guy who bought this truck from nys and rebuilt it lives near me if you have any real pressing questions you need to ask him.
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Congrats Brandon, it looks great. Got those footwells BTW 😀
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