why are these trucks so over priced with high mileage and old age?

Asked by Feb 11, 2016 at 10:19 PM about the 2000 Ford F-150 XLT SB

Question type: General

I see old trucks with high miles... why are they so high priced?

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I have been searching: Chevy, Ford, Nissan, Toyota trucks from years of 2000 to 2005...Why are they so expensive?

Looking for a truck in good condition for $3000 to $4000 with no major repairs...

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For that price range you need to drop back into the late 90's early 2000's and most will have more than 100K miles unless you get very lucky. The reason why the prices are so high is the price of the new ones is redicliously high, and the dollar really isn't as strong as they tell you it is.

61,045

Trucks can last a very long time and everyone wants one or needs one for work which keeps prices up.

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3-4k = 80's

22,015

they are expensive because: 1. If from a dealer, they make a living ripping people off- 2. if from a private party, everyone thinks that what they have is made of gold-

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Simply put... supply and demand

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