Is 10k markup ok for 37 AG

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jmog

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Picked it up today and drove it home. Got a tunnel cover added and paid MSRP.

Lebanon Ford in Lebanon, Ohio.

It is a 37PP, just no graphics which I kind of like it better without on the black once I saw it.
 
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Have you already tried walking into the dealer and offering MSRP? Or you have and they are firm at 10k ADM?
The color I want avalanche gray and 37 package has limited availability nearby, so no haven’t gone in and offered msrp because most were hours away. Maxwell Ford did get one in stock but the salesman offered 118k out the door and I just blocked his number after that. Most are firm 10+, one I think could get down to around 7 but even that was a few hour drive
 

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Everyone is looking for a MSRP deal and most people won't admit they paid over. The fact is there are some out there but most dealers are adding ADM. Ford has stoped production on 23 37PP due to part shortage and most dealers are only allotted one if any. I looked almost a year and in the end I wound up paying above MSRP. I got a good trade so I justified it that way. In the end you might find one but there chances of it being the color and option the way you want without traveling are slim and no guarantee it'll be available once you get there to look at it, unless your willing to buy it unseen. Your time is worth something and if you spend 6 months looking for the one, you might be end up upset you didn't bight the bullet.
 

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It never hurts to call and offer MSRP. You can see prices coming down, but I'm not sure what will happen if supply becomes more limited.
Question...is the 37pp worth it? Would it be better to just change springs and put 37s on a regular truck?
 

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Everyone is looking for a MSRP deal and most people won't admit they paid over. The fact is there are some out there but most dealers are adding ADM. Ford has stoped production on 23 37PP due to part shortage and most dealers are only allotted one if any. I looked almost a year and in the end I wound up paying above MSRP. I got a good trade so I justified it that way. In the end you might find one but there chances of it being the color and option the way you want without traveling are slim and no guarantee it'll be available once you get there to look at it, unless your willing to buy it unseen. Your time is worth something and if you spend 6 months looking for the one, you might be end up upset you didn't bight the bullet.
Any proof of that? Just curious

I lucked out getting an avalanche 37 at MSRP locally. I would have preferred graphics, bed liner and carbon fiber but can’t complain.
 
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