What is a fair resale value
well these trucks were known for rust (lots) and they are under powered (personal experiance). And the big thing is there really is no "demand" for these trucks. And what condition is the truck in? what is the mileage? options? and what are the mechanics like on the truck? if the truck is ok/fair condition with a body still on it and it runs with out smoking and it drivers under its own power and stops on it own, I wouls say a couple hundred bucks up to 800-1000 (for the right buyer). As I said there is no demand for these trucks, well at least not in my area.
i agree that yes, these trucks have a lot of rust problems, like mine. but i've fixd mine and according to kelly bluebook, with 150,000 miles on it and a good shaped body, good mechanical condition, and good interior condition, i should be able to sell my truck for 1,500 to 2,000 dollars. in Missouri, there is a demand for these trucks and thats why i'm not sellin mine. if you've had the engine rebuilt or anything redone professionally, you could sell it for more. hope this helps
If you have a 4x4 in decent shape you can still get a good amount for it there are always guys who will resurrect one of those into a rock crawler or mud machine. If it is 2wd you prolly won't get too much like 1000 @ most for one in good shape, as no one is really interested in them but a 4x4 with a good box and running nice can get get you up to 4000 (in extremely good condition) I have seen ones that where fixed up for 4x4ing sell for 7000 even but they had a lot of work done to them.
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