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'67 F100 value

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Al L. in Wisc.

07-04-2005 09:11:05




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I have a '67 Ford Ranger F100 that I want to sell but don't know what to ask. I have the paperwork showing approximatly $3300 worth of new clutch assembly, engine rebuild, brake cylinders, all parts, etc. The box has surface rust in the bed seam, badly cracked vinyl dash pad, body and interior are all solid, power steering. 200,000 miles on this Florida pickup. Could someone please advise me on what to ask or a website to check. I can't find anything that will get be back to a '67. I appreciate any help that can be offered. Thanks.

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Al L. in Wisc.

07-05-2005 08:42:17




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 Re: '67 F100 value in reply to Al L. in Wisc., 07-04-2005 09:11:05  
I didn't spend the $3300 myself on the engine, etc. I purchased the pickup on ebay and don't have inside storage and have lost interest in it. Seems to me it should be worth more than $1500. Thanks for any input.



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dhermesc

07-05-2005 09:28:12




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 Re: Re: '67 F100 value in reply to Al L. in Wisc., 07-05-2005 08:42:17  
The $3300 in repairs isn't going to mean much to most prspective buyers - especially when it occurred two owners ago.



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xragman

07-04-2005 18:32:06




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 Re: '67 F100 value in reply to Al L. in Wisc., 07-04-2005 09:11:05  
I agree with rusty, I sold mine 6 years ago for $1100 with a freshly rebuilt (not overhauled)300 six cyl. nothing wrong with complete truck except faded paint.



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67 Ranger

07-04-2005 16:05:25




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 Re: '67 F100 value in reply to Al L. in Wisc., 07-04-2005 09:11:05  
Good 67 Rangers are getting hard to find in my area.I paid $900 several years ago for an excellent running 67 F-100 Ranger 352,Auto with quite a bit of lower cab rust.The bed is excellent.

A friend recently sold a nice 68 Ranger 390 ,Auto for $1800.He regrets selling it now.

Your Ranger would bring $1500 or more in my area.



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RustyFarmall

07-04-2005 15:21:51




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 Re: '67 F100 value in reply to Al L. in Wisc., 07-04-2005 09:11:05  
Unfortunately there doesn't seem to be very much demand for these trucks. I have a 1968 in similar condition to your '67, with over $500 in new parts. I did all of the work myself, so no labor is included. I have been asking $500 for this truck, one guy offered me $300 and I accepted his offer, but he never showed up. I am getting ready to pull the engine and other useable parts and take the rest of it to the crusher. No body wants them.

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