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another_mike

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Looking hard at this van, need some opinions on pricing. Dealer is stuck on the price, best they'll do is a little over $10k OTD. Seems high, book value puts the van in the $8-9k range. Am I a fool for passing this up? Looks super clean, V10.
https://inlandempire.craigslist.org/ctd/d/2007-ford-e350-cargo-van/6587406155.html
I paid $9k, about $9800 after tax tag and title here in Florida for my 06 140k V10 regular body cargo. $10k with that shelving setup is probably a fair price. Its no steal, but you arent getting taken advantage of either.

I was able to sell my bulkhead and shelving for about $350, and it wasnt anywhere near as nice as that. So if you arent using that stuff, I suspect youll get quite a bit of money back.

btw, that inverter looks like https://www.tripplite.com/2400w-powerverter-plus-industrial-strength-inverter-2-outlets~PV2400FC but it could be one from 1250 to 3000 watts by the looks on their site. Probably around $500 new
 
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Deshet

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Scotty D

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Deshet

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It is taller on the interior then my 4x4 e350 ambulance but not as tall as the c4500 inside

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Byzantine51

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Looking hard at this van, need some opinions on pricing. Dealer is stuck on the price, best they'll do is a little over $10k OTD. Seems high, book value puts the van in the $8-9k range. Am I a fool for passing this up? Looks super clean, V10.
https://inlandempire.craigslist.org/ctd/d/2007-ford-e350-cargo-van/6587406155.html
It seems pretty high to me. There are better deals to be had. I managed to buy a 5.4 V8 2003 extended E350, with a 4" lift kit and Quigley conversion, 126k miles, for $8k OTD. I got super lucky, but it goes to show you there are deals to be had.
 
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