How much is a 1986 F150 Lariat -177K - worth?

Asked by Sep 03, 2012 at 12:11 AM about the 1986 Ford F-150

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Is $800 a steal? What kind of repairs can I expect with this truck?

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264,375

Not so sure it's a steal, but anything under 1K and inspected is a good deal. I can't comment on repairs because I don't know the condition of the truck or what was done to it. Do you have any maintanence records? For that price, you probably don't. At 177K you will probably need to put some money into it, and spend some to maintain it like any other 26 year old vehicle.

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Thanks, Tom! I know he replaced the ignition module and the key switch. I guess my second question should've been phrased thusly: What kind of problems is this kind of truck known to have?

i bought a 1986 f150 in great shape, looks brand new but i've had to replace a battery and a fuel pump. i can't complain about it since it look a whole lot better than any other truck like it that i've ever seen. i paid $4900 for it and i think it was worth it. i've only had it since this August.

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