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Old 07-05-2021, 05:01 AM   #1
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2001 Ford E-350 Sportsmobile 7.3L PSD

Not my rig, nor do I have any affiliation with this listing:

https://www.rvtrader.com/listing/200...LES-5016472577
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Old 07-05-2021, 07:45 AM   #2
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At $175,000 it seems a steal, just not for the purchaser...
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A 2001 for $175k. That’s a new high for the 7.3 engine premium!
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Ok - gonna sell mine and bet the farm on lotto tickets!
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Old 07-08-2021, 01:36 AM   #5
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At $175,000 it seems a steal, just not for the purchaser...
As nice as this rig is, That's actually really funny.

Seriously, what do you think this rig is worth? Whatever someone is willing to pay? As a 7.3 owner, I'm curious.
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It's the aqua marine interior color that really sets it off!
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As nice as this rig is, That's actually really funny.



Seriously, what do you think this rig is worth? Whatever someone is willing to pay? As a 7.3 owner, I'm curious.
What is a 7.3 PSD worth on Maui? Off Maui?

Seriously...there is nothing serious about the $175k asking price. It might be if rampant inflation keeps up. This isn't supply and demand. It is rich people playing games with funny money.
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I would say this is worth around $75k-90k. Its probably the most desirable and engine. However, it is 20 years old. At $175k, you can get a new chassis cab SMB "retro" or whatever they call it and it will be brand new. This van is great but youre still going to be dealing with the door cables failing and the lights being dim and all the other issues with a 20 year old van. Plus, at $175k, youre competing with all the sprinter/transit builds that will drive much nicer etc. Anyone with $175k cash for a van is going to want a premium experience.

But hey, ask whatever you want.
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Old 07-12-2021, 06:17 PM   #9
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I would say this is worth around $75k-90k. Its probably the most desirable and engine. However, it is 20 years old. At $175k, you can get a new chassis cab SMB "retro" or whatever they call it and it will be brand new. This van is great but youre still going to be dealing with the door cables failing and the lights being dim and all the other issues with a 20 year old van. Plus, at $175k, youre competing with all the sprinter/transit builds that will drive much nicer etc. Anyone with $175k cash for a van is going to want a premium experience.

But hey, ask whatever you want.
So, that 7.3 is now a $10000.00 option, change the flavor in your pipe.
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So, that 7.3 is now a $10000.00 option, change the flavor in your pipe.
I get what you're saying, I think, but I believe there is a 0 missing from your response?

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