Value of cruiser

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Hi everyone. I'm thinking about selling my cruiser and wanted to get an idea of what would be a fare asking price. I've pretty much babied this one since I've owned it. It is a 2000 with 150k miles. I've replaced the timing belt about 10k miles ago. It has an old man emu suspension and brand new (less than 500 miles) BFG AT KO2's. The leather interior is in very good shape for the age with no tears. Everything work and I would have no reservations driving it anywhere. Thanks for any feedback.

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Yeah $10,000 seems about fair for the age and mileage. Post it up, this is a good time to sell because of the winter and low gas prices.
 
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Why do you want to sell it? To me, pre-2005 (especially 2002 and under) well cared for, in-great condition cruisers that were nursed and looked after do not bring in the money they deserve. What vehicle would you buy for $10k? A similar condition and mileage 2005-07 will be north of $20k. Your truck has 20+ years of life left in it!
 
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Why do you want to sell it? To me, pre-2005 (especially 2002 and under) well cared for, in-great condition cruisers that were nursed and looked after do not bring in the money they deserve. What vehicle would you buy for $10k? A similar condition and mileage 2005-07 will be north of $20k. Your truck has 20+ years of life left in it!
I agree and hate the thought of it gone. This is my 3rd cruiser. Unfortunately I need a pickup. Im exploring my option but it might stay in the family and spend the rest of its time in the garage and only cruising on nice days.
 
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Central Illinois
If you post it on Craigslist or Facebook Marketplace, mark it up about $1500 because they will work you down. Personally, when people ask "what's your bottom dollar?", I tell them "The price is negotiable, but you're going to have to come drive it before you can start haggling". IMHO, they START with your "bottom dollar" and work you down. There are those that would have you give them money AND the vehicle by the time they were done with you. I hate selling stuff.
 
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I have a feeling that truck won’t make it past the classified ad on Mud. I can almost tell you right now the next owner if he decides to sell.
 
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