1976 Toyota pickup for sale in Medford oregon

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  1. YotaBastard

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    It's a daily, so it a good deal!
     
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    That might be a decent rig for someone with 500 bucks. 2000 is a stretch for its condition.
     
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    It's gone already so supply and demand strike again to force the higher price :)
     
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    That's a really hard sell in Oregon. The west coast is full of these trucks in all kinds of different conditions for about the same price. If I were to post my truck for sale $3500 sadly would be the high side. I have over 10k into it. I've seen an 80's Celica in my area with a forged 22r hybrid and sidedrafts drop down to 2500 after being on the market for years. I still don't think it's sold.
     
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    I got mine for a grand but I wasn't shopping or looking around. I feel like it was reasonable but not a "great deal" if that makes any sense. I am sure when its all said and done I will have spent 10k including the purchase price. This all depends on paint of course as that can be super spendy.
     

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