Selling my ultimate backcountry vehicle

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Jen

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So i'm moving to a van and selling my awesome Taco. The question is, I have no idea how to price it... I can get the blue book value and add on the value of the cap, but the value of the buildout in the back is rather subjective. ideas anyone?

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Artemus

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I think your truck is pretty valuable, since it is a taco and probably 4WD. I think you should go for KBB value between wholesale and retail and add the cap on - the KBB site will do that for you I think. I am betting that the apartment setup is just gravy and will make it more attractive but, sadly, I would be surprised if you even get the cost of materials. Good luck!
 

slc_dan

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Your buildout is sweet @Jen. I don't have much to say other than advertise it for sale on climber/outdoor forums, and perhaps you'll get more value.
 

Nick

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I'm with Art in that it probably won't add much to the value but it will help fetch a better price to the kind of people who want that kind of thing.
 

Jen

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perfect, that's what i needed to know! thanks, guys!
 

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