October 8, 2005From my pictures posted and 65k miles on my truck what can i expect for a trade in value ...also what about private sale? its a 2000 f150 w/ 5.4...check my galery
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October 8, 2005Your best bet will be private sale. Dealer won't give you anything for a trade in. In fact with all your mods they would give you less because they will strip it and that takes work. As far as value just figure what blue book is on it and what you have in it and see what you can get.
October 8, 2005
It's so hard to get more than book value even with mods.. You might find someone that's willing to pay a little more but don't hold your breath.. It's a fine truck but when people are buying they are looking for a deal..
October 8, 2005im looking for like 10g for trade in...am i hoping for too much?
October 9, 2005I just sold mine for 15K @ a car show yesterday.
October 9, 2005that's not cool Rick, whatcha gonna build now?
October 9, 2005for a basis to start with, not including your mods....
on these, you can get a trade-in, private or retail sale figure. I researched all 3, came up with a grand total (added the 3 values together), divided by 3 to get an average, then added $1000 cushion to play with. but it's up to you how you want to do it.
October 11, 2005prob gonna be hard to get 10k for trade in on a reg cab.. Average trade on a 2000 f150 reg cab 65k is 6350.00 That is Black Book We dont use nada or kelly blue book for trade. I can buy 2000 ext cabs for 9000-10000 with the same miles at the auction. Not saying your truck is not work 10k but for trade it will be hard. Watch out for one that says they will give you 10k as they might up the sale price of the vehicle and show you 10k for trade... Example the truck is originally priced for 12,000 well the price on the contract will show say 15,000 and they show you 10k for trade on yours. Well the ACV of your truck will be 7000.00 ACV is actual cash value. The real money for your trade.