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I bought a 2018 Tundra Crewmax in 2019 for $35K. 10,000 miles. Looked up the value now with 75,000 miles. KBB shows $40K. Not that I'm selling or trading it. Used prices at the dealer now are just crazy. I live in a small town with a GM and a Ford dealer. Their lots are full of other brand used cars. Almost no new ones.

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Finding some fair prices on used trucks of the larger size... F550s, 5500s etc.

But few people on this forum need the bigger stuff.

Ridgelines and F-150s seem popular for most... a couple of badasses drive 250s and 350s.


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I reckon a man could about trade his Subaru or Tacoma for a 5500 of similar age and mileage... if his wife would let him.


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Crazy high. Wife has a 2016 Chevy 2500 crew Duramax highcountry. 80k miles, they offered me what we paid for it new in 2017.


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Originally Posted by bamagun01
I’m thinking of selling my 1996 F250 5.8l gas 170k miles for $4K Crazy times!


Saw one of those on FB last week at about $14k


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Originally Posted by Stormin_Norman
Trucks are still crazy, but lead time on a new one is 6-9 months. I saw a new F250 with a 50k dealer markup in Missoula, it's the only one sitting on the lot for 500 miles around. 1/2 tons are easier to find, 3/4 tons and 1 tons are thin. I think our local toyota dealer has less than 1/2 dozen new cars on the lot, no trucks.



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If the chip manufacturers come through for the automotive sector, any chance we get two years worth of new trucks in short order?


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My favorite John Wayne quote from the Searchers... "No, a human rides a horse until it dies, then he goes on afoot. A Comanche comes along, gets that horse up, rides him 20 more miles... and then he eats him."

I own trucks with 450k miles and wouldn't think twice about driving them anywhere.

Vanity and stupidly complex chit breaking is why folks are always buying new... or low mileage trucks.

I own four Cummins rigs... every one of them is worth twice what I paid.

Moral of the story... get smarter in what you buy. New does NOT mean better always.

Fugg the woke UAW.


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My 2000 F-250 7.3L CC 4WD Auto with 37k original miles is for sale. $35k. just sayin.

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After rebates and taxes I paid $39k for my 2019 F250 gasser when it was new over 3 years ago. It only has 30k miles on it but I was offered $48k a few weeks ago on a trade.

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Originally Posted by erikj
If the chip manufacturers come through for the automotive sector, any chance we get two years worth of new trucks in short order?


Pipe dream... the chip shortage is deliberate. All part of the the EV push.

The 50k+ new trucks sitting will be scrapped eventually and taxpayers will cover the IRS loss made by GM, Ford, Mopar to thr IRS.

Does anyone really really believe that American can't make a chip problem go away it they want to?

This video is old... situation infinitely worse now.



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Originally Posted by strikeu
My 2000 F-250 7.3L CC 4WD Auto with 37k original miles is for sale. $35k. just sayin.


LOL...

Actually that is a very fair price in the current market.


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In the Appalachians, folks have a knack for keeping older vehicles on the road. They’ll be just fine.


In the Adirondacks, well they have a knack for custom pistolsmithing .


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Originally Posted by CashisKing
PT Cruisers with fake wood shelf liner sides, Ridgelines, stepside yotas... for fuggs sake.

Take the banding challenge... PLEASE

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LMAO, think that same device is needed on guys running little trucks and calling them dump trucks, 😁

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