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Old 10-14-2020, 08:20 PM   #1
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2000 7.3 Quigley "what's it worth"

Hi. I am looking to get an idea what it's worth. It has 207xxx miles. It is a 7.3 Quigley from 2000. It has a pop top andotherwise a fairly simple build. The pop top is from a Eurovan. It is installed with heavy gauge 3/4" square tube welded to the body. It is a window van. Theres a swivel passenger seat, a deep cycle battery, solar setup, large inverter, and some cabinetry. The bed is nice that it changes to a seat. The bed frame is light gauge 1/2" square tubing. I recently replaced tie rods, fuel filter, and rear slip yoke (& seal), rear u joints. The bottom half is painted with Raptor Liner and the top half also got fresh paint. That was because the van was some kind of fleet vehicle that had a broad green stripe which I did not like. I think it looks much better now. It is currently registered in NV. I really just dont use it much anymore. I have had it for 10 years.

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The cruise doesnt work, I think that's common. The drivers seat shows some signs of wear. The drivers door blew out of my hand in a windstorm and dented the hinges so I replaced that with one from a junk yard and the passengers/drivers mirror dont match. The tint is not old but is not perfect either. The front windows are not to tinted.

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Old 10-15-2020, 12:05 PM   #2
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I'm having the same issues of trying to gauge what a totally unique vehicle is worth. Be sure to add more details and right side up pics in your follow up posts. It's a Ford right?
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Old 10-17-2020, 09:51 AM   #3
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$12k-$15k. Homebrew vans are always tough sells.
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Just post it on a bunch of different craigslist and facebook marketplace city pages.

That thing would go for around $20k in Austin.





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$12k-$15k. Homebrew vans are always tough sells.
Agreed on home brews. I'd say $10k and only because it's a 7.3l

Unless you're on the west coast, then my valuation would be anywhere from $60k-$200k because it's a metal box with wheels.
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