how much is my 70 ford camper special worth?

Asked by Aug 09, 2012 at 02:05 AM about the Ford F-350 Super Duty

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

It's a 70 Ford camper special 360 2 wheel drive it has a salvaged
title, looks nicely rebuilt has 180,000 miles on it 100,000 on
transmission body is in great condition interior is magnificent
the truck has been re painted the original factory colors the
interior is leather no rips runs perfect has alot of power

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7,105

Your truck looks real clean for that kind of mileage and looks rust-free so that's one thing in your favor plus you said the interior is magnificent too but first of all with it being an F-250 instead of an F-100 that detracts from the appeal of it to truck enthusiasts. Everyone wants the F-100's and the shortbeds, plus with gasoline prices shooting back up over $4.00 a gallon in most areas and your engine being a big-block gas-sucking 360 , that's also going to take away from the appeal of your truck. It's not really a show piece so I doubt anyone would be contemplating buying it to take to carshows. Green vehicles are really hard to sell even with a popular model and your paint looks sun-faded. 180K is ALOT of miles on the rest of the mechanical parts like the steering, suspension,brake parts, rear axle, etc. Someone might want it for the clean rust-free body parts or the interior so I would say you might get $1500 on the low side to possibly $3000 on the very high end for it if you find the right person and don't expect to sell it overnight. I looked online and asking prices for camper specials are running around $4000-$5000 for nice low mileage trucks in good colors. But hey, I could be wrong and you might just find someone that wants to pay more. You can always come down on the price but you can't go up.. I always add about $3-5 hundred dollars more to whatever I want for a car so I have a margin to deal with when the hagling starts. Good luck either way, Kenny/MrBlueOval

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