I won't comment on the price, except to say that people should read through the post history of the OP. It's not that the truck is a problem, but it's had its share of problems. It seems like, for the most part, he's addressed (or is addressing) many of them.
For what it's worth, @kwoodwo had his for sale not long ago - and his was in much better condition, as much crap as I gave him for his price. I don't think this one will warrant what someone may have paid for Kevin's.
That guy claimed to see rust-free 100 series trucks ~ 100k miles listed for $12-13k "all the time." Cant imagine someone finding those kinds of deals "all the time" would still be looking after two years, but what do I know. I will admit that signing off with a Bart Simpson meme seems oddly familiar.
If someone were diligent and patient enough, I do believe they could find a deal like that. Right place, right time. Now seems as good a time as any to find a great deal. Otherwise, buyers need to adjust their expectations. If you think the market is overvaluing the 100 series, which is reasonable, consider buying another truck. There are plenty of things in the market that I would love to own, but won't purchase, because my valuation doesn't line up with the market's. So, you either wait until the market adjusts, or move on. What I don't understand is someone pissing into the wind, and complaining because they think the market has it all wrong, or that owners are selfishly hoarding their trucks to keep you out of the club.