As you know there are a bunch of them in that town. This guy was a huge car dealer who cashed out and was building a car collection. Moved to a ranch outside Austin.Wait, where is this zillionaire?
$18k seems fair but I see what a $25k Tacoma is like and I wouldn't trade. I like the 80 series and the 7* series but not very excited about anything else for the price. I guess I found my true love.I've been asked before and I say sure....give me 18 and its yours. they say $1800? I say $18,000. That usually puts an end to the conversation. If someone pulls $18k out at that moment and puts it in my hand I'll grab the title and keys and wish them luck. Offer valid as of 10/21/2020....may expire with continuous vehicle improvement and level of current market.
When they all die off and rot and gasoline is no longer available I will finally go buy a horse and buggie.$18k seems fair but I see what a $25k Tacoma is like and I wouldn't trade. I like the 80 series and the 7* series but not very excited about anything else for the price. I guess I found my true love.
Your wife is smartIt's never happened until this summer when a young tree service man new to town approached me about buying my 62 for $3500, as that is all he had. I believed him about his finances and actually thought about it but my wife said "no". I paid $4900 for it 17 years ago.
Your wife is smart
The widow sticker said $17k in 1987 dollars... That $39k in 2020 dollars.
Sorry, I need to ask, what is BAT ?The trucks on BAT that are super low miles, clean and original are going for around $40k with a few quite a bit higher. Pretty impressive when you can basically ignore depreciation and sell something at the present value of 1987 currency.