The World's Gone Crazy - 1985 Pickup for $73K

PAToyota

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Not even a low mileage survivor - a repaint with 135K miles.

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Granted, it is a nice truck. I haven't gone through everything to see how nice it actually is yet, but I just don't see the price being at all sane.

Recently a Chevy Blazer 2-door diesel that is practically the twin to my Yukon go for $35K, but it is a rare model (2-door diesel) and had under 5K miles and is all but showroom new: 4,700-Mile 1994 Chevrolet K1500 Blazer Silverado Turbodiesel 4x4 - https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1994-chevrolet-blazer-18/

I'd probably spend about half to two-thirds of that to get mine to that condition and it would still have over 200K miles on it.

The Toyota is over 100K, has been repainted, and they mention a minor accident. There are restored 60's fastback Mustangs going for less than that.
 

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Btw, for anyone that wants to see the real Marty McFly truck. You can see it in MA.

88mphtimemachine.com. The father / son who own it and the Delorean are really nice. You would need to book in advance because they are popular.
 

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Whatever the market will bear, Marty McFly obsession is real.
 
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Crazy price, yes. It was completely restored, though. I mean nut bolts paint frame etc. Look at the underneath and engine bay pics. Ever priced a nice set of 85 SR5 sport seats? Basically a new 1985 truck. Build one yourself the same way and tell me you saved money. Now, if you want totally wild, a FJ Cruiser ultimate edition 1 of 2500 with 43 miles sold for North of 100k.
 

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Crazy price, yes. It was completely restored, though. I mean nut bolts paint frame etc. Look at the underneath and engine bay pics. Ever priced a nice set of 85 SR5 sport seats? Basically a new 1985 truck. Build one yourself the same way and tell me you saved money. Now, if you want totally wild, a FJ Cruiser ultimate edition 1 of 2500 with 43 miles sold for North of 100k.
Need to be gold plated to be worth that 🤷‍♂️
 

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