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    Does anyone here know of a way to value heavy trucks?

    Have a 33,000 GVWR Freightliner Dump truck that I'm considering selling.

    Anyone have any idea of where I might be able to look up values on something like that?


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    Type in 33,000 GVWR Freightliner Dump truck and Value and see what comes up?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phrog Phil View Post
    Type in 33,000 GVWR Freightliner Dump truck and Value and see what comes up?
    Mine has much lower miles and much less rust than others I’ve found on the market of the same model year.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BasserJim View Post
    Mine has much lower miles and much less rust than others I’ve found on the market of the same model year.
    Then that makes it worth more.

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    Put an ad on Craigslist
    Ask for 3 times what you think it is worth
    You will have plenty of people telling you what they think it is worth LOL


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan S View Post
    Then that makes it worth more.

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    But how much more is the question?


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    Quote Originally Posted by BasserJim View Post
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    But how much more is the question?
    Whateve the market will bear. I saw a 1989 Pete 379 with over 800k on the clock for $46K.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bassman Ia. View Post
    Whateve the market will bear. I saw a 1989 Pete 379 with over 800k on the clock for $46K.
    Was there a sold sign on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bassman Ia. View Post
    Whateve the market will bear. I saw a 1989 Pete 379 with over 800k on the clock for $46K.
    Puff puff pass... Pretty sure the one we bought in 2005 where I worked was about that with half the miles and something like a 2000 model year.

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    It's hard to get a good value on those trucks. Around here, the banks won't loan money on the bigger trucks over 8 or 10 years old. I went through this a year or so ago. I wasn't doing the BBC standard of paying cash, so I was looking to finance about 40% of a truck and the bank said they couldn't get a good value on the truck. I still feel like I was billshooted, but that's what they said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan S View Post
    Then that makes it worth more.

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    Check out nada. I'm pretty sure they do those types of vehicles.
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