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Old 08-08-2011, 04:39 PM   #1
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'01 7.3 SMB what's a fair price?

Just looked at an 01 7.3L SMB Quigley 4x4 today. 91000 on the odometer, hard top, rb 50 layout w/ micro & fridge, no propane, no shower, no frills (bumpers, underfloor storage, awning etc.) Felt like it needs the steering tightened up & needs new rubber. What do y'all think a fair offer would be? thanks.
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Old 08-08-2011, 05:51 PM   #2
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Re: '01 7.3 SMB what's a fair price?

$30? Really depends on condition. There is an 01 7.3 Quigley EB Passenger with high miles for 14K near me... figure +15K for the SMB conversion. Maybe make that $20-25K... b/c the no frills and hard top. Tough to say without more info. What's it worth to you? What are they asking?
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Old 08-08-2011, 10:32 PM   #3
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Re: '01 7.3 SMB what's a fair price?

I think $30ish is the range you should be looking at. For the right price, which would be somewhat higher than that, I'd be willing to let mine go ('02, 73K, Voyager top, seats 3, fridge, propane (stove + furnace), no water, onboard air compressor, bumpers, awning, Deavers, new front brakes, 20K+ left on the tires, sweet custom bike rack). I really don't want to sell, but I should with a baby due next month and a new house starting excavation next week, and a van remodel in the future if we're going to seat our soon-to-be family of four.

Anyway, this is your post and not my classified ad... Yes, I think Jage is in the ballpark at around $30K. Of course, lower is better for you!
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Old 08-09-2011, 02:55 PM   #4
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Re: '01 7.3 SMB what's a fair price?

I'd guess $25-30k too, and it sounds like you should plan on another $2-3k after tires, tie rod ends, shocks, or whatever else it takes to make it drive like you want it too.

I concur with buying as close as you can to how you want it set up. For example, I'd guess that retrofitting with propane and a furnace would seem cost prohibitive in comparison to finding a rig already with that setup unless you were going to do the work yourself. If the things that are missing are not of importance to you then you're much better off going for the less complicated rig!

If the house batteries are original you should probably factor in needing to replace those too.

...and to sidetrack, I hope you're going to give us a thread in the "Ground Up" section on your new non-mobile build Aldercrest! (or at least throw us a progress photo every now and again).
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Re: '01 7.3 SMB what's a fair price?

I hadn't thought about that, but good idea - I'll post a few shots as it goes up.
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Old 08-10-2011, 09:34 AM   #6
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Re: '01 7.3 SMB what's a fair price?

Thanks for the input, always appreciated. Thinking about offering 20K.
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Re: '01 7.3 SMB what's a fair price?

Do eeeit.
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Old 08-23-2011, 06:40 PM   #8
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Re: '01 7.3 SMB what's a fair price?

Update? I'm wantin to hear there are more 20k SMBs out there and less 75k ones.
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