Its a Ford, so I figured y'all might know how much I can I ask...

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  1. hollaballa

    hollaballa OT Supporter

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    I have a pretty beat up exterior Explorer with a very fading paint job. The inside is relatively clean, it has a working AC and heater as well as better than stock sound system with upgraded CD player. The biggest thing is that the engine is dead. How much can I expect to get out of this relative junker?
     
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    year and options would probably help.........


    but i'll give ya tree fiddy
     
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    My av is so small you can't see it!
    No engine? Fading paint job? Man... All i can say is you can get a decently running car in no need of immediate maintenance for about 3k.. But there are always morons out there, who knows
     
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    Probably $500-1000, depending on year. There'd be two buyers for such a vehicle, those who have a engine or know of one for cheap, and those who want parts off of it, either way nobody is going to pay a lot only to have to spend a lot of time and money to fix it. An ad in the paper or craigslist for $1000 obo might get interest, if not call up one of those "we pay up to $600 for junkers" people in the paper and have them haul it for that much.
     

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