Are either of these good deals? 2010 vs. 2011

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  1. Maxknuckles

    Maxknuckles Member

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    looking at two options right now

    Option A is: $33,500

    2011
    Original owner, all records, regularly serviced at Sunnyvale Ford. Fully loaded with luxury package, power moonroof, rear sliding window, tailgate step, premium sound system, navigation, heated memory seats, tow/trailer package, etc.

    Truck was sent to Hennessey Performance for a $15,000.00 'VelociRaptor' conversion upgrade (details in invoice below) - 600 HP, fast and incredibly responsive. LED lights were also added by Hennessey - two separate switches control the center LED bar and lights on either side.

    Brand new tires, brake pads and rotors ($2K plus). Receipts in hand. Priced to sell

    Hard-to-find SuperCab configuration.

    87k miles


    Option B: $32,500

    2010 supercab
    6.2l
    55k miles
    3rd owner
    All fluids done on the regular




    Are either of these a great deals? Average or bad deals? Are either worth pursuing?

    Thanks!


    ~30k budget
    Looking for a 6.2l under 80k miles
    Must be supercab shortbed
     
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    Both are good deals... Either way, you get a Raptor! I'd probably go with the'11, barring any issues.
     
  3. Maxknuckles

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    So Henessey dosnt have a great rep around here and the supercharger would def put some wear on the engine. Also for resale those mods don't add much.

    Thinking the better truck overall with lowest cost and best bang for my buck when I go to sell it would be the 2010 since there werent any significant changes between the years.

    Agree?
     

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