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Discussion in 'What's It Worth?' started by Hburgrap, Feb 17, 2019.

  1. Hburgrap

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    $30,480
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    Greetings all. Been looking for a while and ran across this one recently. I was hoping to find a 2014, but I'm apparently not alone on that. This 'what's it worth' room-board is a great idea. Thank you all.


    Any reason to be scared of this one?
    White 2012 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor 4WD 6-Speed Automatic Electronic 6.2L V8 EFI 16V 4WD, Alloy wheels, Front Bucket Seats, GVWR: 7,300 lbs Payload Package, Hood Graphics Package, Navigation w/Sony Audio, Overhead Console w/Single Storage Bin, Power Moonroof, Rear-View Camera.

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    Great price. Check for signs of abuse
     
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    Seems like a good deal! I’m also looking for a svt but a 13’ or 14’ and they’re at least 35k
     
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    I paid $35,000 for my 2012 with 72,000 miles has some upgrades, Method wheels General grapper tires new model red sidewall, Volant CAI, Deaver plus 3 springs, magnaflow exhaust, Outlaw bump stops. front and rear bumper powdercoated,fender extensions painted white. loaded like yours.

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    Looks damn good to me, if clear title and as mentioned looks like it was taken care of. Only big difference between that '12 and a '14 (other than maybe mileage but that isn't a given) is factory HID's, but I wouldn't let that stop me from considering it.
     
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    Sounds like its at least worth the time to investigate in person then. Thank you all for the feedback.

    Tonights as good as any night to crawl around in the rain / 40 degree weather :)

    Thanks again.
     
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    Went and saw this tonight, good news; bad news is how Id sum it up. The good, not a scratch or dent anywhere including the skid plates. It’s clearly never been off-road. The bad, rust. Im in PA, so surface rust is not scary to me. Im also not excited about paying $30k to head home and sand and paint, but his truck is from MI and has some heavy rust already. I also didn’t love the shocks, but dont know anything about them. Pic below.

    It also clunked pretty good on the first shift of the test drive and then it was fine. Is that “the clunk”? Heated seat smelled a bit like melting plastic and it needs an new parking brake release/ sensor.

    Then they topped it off with a pretty bad offer on my trade. As of now, we’re a few grand apart.

    What do you all think?

    Thanks again.


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    Not the worst ivII seen, but if it wasn't meant to be, it wasn't meant to be. Better to pass and find a better deal.
     
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    Would those pics scare you off? All 4 shocks look like that.

    Appreciate the feedback.
     
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    Surface rust is one thing, eating through is another, I wonder how bad the rocker panels were. The shocks likely need to be rebuilt (or replaced, sometimes the price isn't much different) and would be 100% better, the surface rust can be treated, bad rust that you didn't see might be an issue, and all that adds up; if they aren't willing to meet your price (and maybe then some) I would walk.
     
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    The rockers are solid but need attention or they will be a problem before too long.
    What is that part that rusted through?

    Working a counter offer now but Im not sure what that is or is worth?

    Thanks again.
     

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