Originally Posted by scottalot
Looks like a clean Truck to me. Some stains are expected, long as its not flood damage stains. I'd look up the carfax
and of course book value, then offer less than asking price. I never pay full asking price - most people these days have already factored a lower offer into what they actually want . GL
The truck wasn't horrible. I just got back from looking at it. There's some small dents and scratches but nothing horrible. The stains look like regular stains, not from water. The carfax is clean. Been in Az its entire life. No rust underneath on anything. The going price for good is $6500. I'd say that's the condition its in.
Originally Posted by tacomanto
Could you compare it with the prices in your area provided by KBB or other similar tools? What is a good price in one state may not be a good one in another state.
KBB does say $6500 for good. It's hard to say where it stands on Clist because there's not many like this going around. Seems to be in the middle of what I've seen.
The truck rides pretty nice. The owner drives mostly high way to work and has had it for 8 years. He's done regular maintenance on it. He hasn't done much if any serious wheeling. There was no noticeable dents or scratches on the frame.
Maintenance inspection completed
Recommended maintenance performed
Mass air flow sensor replaced
Fuel injection system flushed/serviced
Fuel filter replaced
Tire condition and pressure checked
Body noise checked
Rear differential fluid flushed/changed
Brake shoes replaced
Rear wheel bearing(s)/hub(s) replaced
That was all done about 20k miles ago.
Now some downfalls:
Leaf's need to be replaced, he's never replaced the LBJ but they do look good, the temperature gauge stopped working when he replaced the radiator and he's unsure if it's sensor or the gauge.
I forgot to ask about the tbelt and water pump, so I'll ask tomorrow.