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Old 01-17-2019, 06:02 PM   #11
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Here are some pictures

I'll get it right sooner or later..
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Old 01-20-2019, 07:08 PM   #12
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Ok, so just the usual tire kickers and Nigerian scammers responding to Craig's list. Going to drop the price to 40k and call that the bottom line.. any takers anyone that might post a link on expedion portal that would be appreciated. Thanks ��
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Old 01-20-2019, 09:45 PM   #13
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Wow super low mileage, lots of money into this. MG/ExpoVans coil spring 4x4 conversion should drive better than new. Someone is going to get a sweet super low mileage EB 7.3L!
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Old 01-21-2019, 11:25 AM   #14
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Damn, this is amazing. Its hard enough finding a 7.3 with under 60k on it, let alone only recently being built out. Someone is going to get a great rig.
If you were local I'd definitely be coming to look at it. :/

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Old 01-29-2019, 01:20 PM   #15
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So I guess I have to ask, why has no one snatched this van up? It seems people go nuts for the 7.3, and with only 60k on the engine and 9k on the 4x4, this seems like it should have been gone long ago. I'm in Seattle, where I feel this would have sold in like 2 days.

Am I missing something?
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Old 01-29-2019, 02:23 PM   #16
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I'm shocked too, have had tons of interest yet only two people actually have come to see it wich resulted in one low ball offer and the second guy is coming back today with a 3rd party for a thorough inspection. It will sell hopefully before I change my mind! Cheers!
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So I guess I have to ask, why has no one snatched this van up? It seems people go nuts for the 7.3, and with only 60k on the engine and 9k on the 4x4, this seems like it should have been gone long ago. I'm in Seattle, where I feel this would have sold in like 2 days.

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Is interest in E-Series dying at a quick rate??
Hopefully this goes to a loving home, looks to be very well taken care of.
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So I guess I have to ask, why has no one snatched this van up? It seems people go nuts for the 7.3, and with only 60k on the engine and 9k on the 4x4, this seems like it should have been gone long ago. I'm in Seattle, where I feel this would have sold in like 2 days.

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I think it’s a few things that are taking it longer to sell, has nothing to do with the van. It will sell for sure...But for some & a lot of clients I have it’s been political unrest, government shut down, taxes & a poor stock market... these are all factors that effect luxury items & this falls into that category. But someone will buy it & get an amazing van.
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In my opinion, vans over a certain price point are difficult to sell in general. It is extremely difficult to find financing for a vehicle like this so the buyer needs to come in with cash. Buyers are out there, it just takes some more time to find one that has cash.
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That all makes sense. I was just curious.

I'm about to start the interior build out of my V10 quigley with 90k on it. And I saw this and thought, "Damn, maybe I should sell mine and upgrade to this for the build out". But being two states away, makes it hard to buy these kinds of vehicles.
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