I'm looking at a 1983 Ford Ranger. 5 Speed, V-6, 4x4. They want 2200.00. Over 100,000 miles. I think that's high. What price should I look at? Thanks

Asked by Apr 03, 2010 at 06:53 PM about the 1983 Ford Ranger

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

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15

Like $ 200 if it is good condition

3,245

it all depends on the conditon of the body and the shape fo the drive train.frame condition,if it's in bad shape it's not worth anything.but in good condition if everything works 300$-400$.if in exellent condition 1000$ or more.a 27 year old truck in good condition could be worth a lot to certain people.its already a classic.just use your jugement and it will all work out.

725

that's not a lot of miles on it for the year. I'm guessing that it was just used for in-town commuting or just wasn't used that much. The only way that I could see paying that much on it is if it has a crap load of perfect condition off-roading parts on it that are less than a year old

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