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Grit dog

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rexlion wrote:

That's more than we paid for our house about 25 years ago. [emoticon]


And only about $7 more than the Louisiana Purchase....what's your point? LOL


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GDS-3950BH wrote:




Someday things will get back to some resemblance of normal and these guys can go out back and screw themselves.

2015 F250 Lariat 6.7 with 42K miles KBB says a range of $51K to $58K FWIW........



ROFL! I sense a bit of irony here...
I detest car salesmen and dealers as much as the next guy, but they're A hOles yet you think your 6 year old truck might be worth close to $60k?


(Seriously though, I see your point. They numbers don't mean a thing, it's the propensity to reeel every sucker in that they can and bend em over...but hey, I'm not a non-profit business either, so...)

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I think it depends where you’re at. In Alberta people are selling newer trucks for more than what they paid for them. Keeping the truck new makes sense here.


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I saw a u tube video where a guy paid US$72,000 for a F150. He owned it for 4 months and 4000 miles. He was disappointed with rust starting on aome chassis components, window starting to roll down a bit by itself etc.

He shopped the truck to local Ford dealers and one bought it outright for $72,000.00

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Wow, kept the truck for only 4 months and only lost the several thousand dollars in sales tax, and 4 months of payments. What a deal.


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Campinfan wrote:

Wonder what they do when a person comes in with an "A" or "X" plan. I was told they get audited for those and they have to sell it for the plan price.


The x/a plans are at the dealers discretion, they do not have to sell at plan price.


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You guys have never bought a Raptor. Before all this covid craziness So Cal dealers added $10-$25K to the price and what's really scary (and stupid) people pay it. This just isn't a Ford problem, all of these parasitic dealers do it.





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Did you really expect to get into a 6 year newer truck for only 9-16K?



No, not at all. I also don't expect to get into that one for $34K nor will I. $38K trade for a 42K mile truck that will get upper $50sK on their lot the day after being traded, and $5K over sticker on new? No thanks.

FYI I've moved into a few for @ $16K or a little more in the past.

In a year or so this market could be 180 degrees turned around, and probably will be.

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PA12DRVR wrote:

Granted, decades have gone by but:

1800-ish Square foot town home, 1992: $25,000


I'm guessing a highly undesirable area and/or the town home needed major work.

In 1992, the median home price was north of $100k.


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Nv Guy wrote:

You guys have never bought a Raptor. Before all this covid craziness So Cal dealers added $10-$25K to the price and what's really scary (and stupid) people pay it. This just isn't a Ford problem, all of these parasitic dealers do it.


Parasitic dealers? Huh? Dealers are trying to make maximum profit. I think that that is why they are in business,at least I was always taught that the purpose of a business was to make money.
Have you been forced to buy a vehicle? Are your wife and children held hostage by the "parasitic" dealer?
When you walk onto a lot and see prices exceeding your desire to pay, just leave!

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