Discussion in 'Rancheros For Sale' started by handy_andy_cv64, Feb 8, 2020.
The estimated retail value is $28K? Holy crapload, Batman!
Must be on some really good drugs to be that delusional. I'd bid $500 just to see where that bid went. Nuts !
Put the crack pipe down
Estimated Value $28K?
They certainly haven't been following the Ranchero Sales Market
VIN says 47 which is just a 500 and its S code 400.
Only Ranchero worth close to that would be 72 or 73 Q code 351-4V Cleveland 4 speed GT model.
Keep dreaming Seller, LOL
Oh and that doesn't look like a 73 seat to me and looks like it was swapped from newer model and it's all ripped to boot.
For $28K that thing would need flawless interior brand new paint job and that S code 400 to be rebuilt and it still wouldn't come no where near that
Even adjusting for inflation, that thing has never been worth $28,000, assuming it cost $3,000 new.
The Interior Alone is worth $12,000.00, You cant find a cloth seat with that kind of Patina just anywhere Yaknow...
The studs holding up the power steering cooler because the air conditioning compressor was removed have got to be worth a whole lot of Rancherobuck$$$$ all on their own, and that "natural patina" in the bed just can't be duplicated virtually anywhere. Richard at Gas Monkey goes all out to duplicate that look. The ill shaped GT stripes are a real plus as well, shows how unique and styled this vehicle is.
(The site moderators were telling me to be nice).
Misprint.. Meant valued at 2,800... Just guessing...
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