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so I'm contemplating selling my '96 SCLB...


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I've been looking at what they're going for, and the prices are all over the place.. I've seen them for $3000-$13000. It's insane, as that price range was for comparable trucks..

My '96 is lightly modded, but very dependable. What do you guys think a good solid number is, that could be expected?

It's a '96 2500 SCLB, 4x4, 113k mi., good tires (Michelin 265/75/16). Only power options are cruise, cold AC, and pioneer radio. rubber floor covering (no carpet.)

rust in the doors, per usual, and that's about it. Oh, I added Viper keyless entry, brakes, hardware, wheel cyls, drums, cables, etc.

Was originally an auto, but I converted to nv4500.

engine: #10 fuel plate, full-forward. AFC full forward. BHAF. Jake Brake Exh. Brake, 4" downpipe, catless, mufflerless, 7" stack. EGT/Boost gauges. About 3000mi on new P-Pump. Stock Timing. Paint is typical flaked/peeled Dodge paint. Pulls like a freight train. Average 16-17mpg in town, and got 25.9mpg on a trip to New York and back (687mi, 26.5gal)

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I'm thinking ~$6-7000 for it, especially with the mileage..

what are your thoughts?


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$6-7k sounds exactly right. I paid $5750 for mine with 250k and a dent in the bed. Your is 4wd though. I say start it at $7500 so they can work it down to what you want.

good call, thanks. It really is a great truck. I don't want to sell it. I'd like to keep it for towing my trailer, and running the plow in winter, but I can't, not enough to justify the city taxes, insurance, etc., with having 2 trucks. :banghead:
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I don't know about in the states but where I live it seems $2-5000 buys you a junker, unless you have a rabits foot up your butt :lmao: and luck out. Don't give it away, that's for sure...Sounds like your thinking of a fair price:thumbup2:

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