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    Default What is a 1994 tundra worth???

    My boss is selling his 1994 tundra LT
    He doesn't know what it is worth...
    It is in perfect shape...

    What is a fair price to ask???
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    Where is it located?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjm View Post
    My boss is selling his 1994 tundra LT
    He doesn't know what it is worth...
    It is in perfect shape...

    What is a fair price to ask???
    if it is low miles and great shape...~1300.00 on the high ~900.00 on the low..

    i sold one a five years ago for 1600.00 wished i had not now...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaymac View Post
    Where is it located?
    it is located in anchorage....

    thanks Vince.....

    I'm sure it will sell quickly if priced fairly, I hear they are much loved machines ...
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    You can also try kbb.com (the blue book) for a place to start with your prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psc210 View Post
    You can also try kbb.com (the blue book) for a place to start with your prices.
    thanks, tried that, but curious what folks up here think of it...I have a feeling that a 'fair' price to the users in AK is a little different to a snomachiner in most other places in the US...I could be wrong though, I often am...
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    you could sell it all day long for 1300 if its in good shape...lots of folks will pay good money for those..including me, lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkwarthog View Post
    you could sell it all day long for 1300 if its in good shape...lots of folks will pay good money for those..including me, lol
    thanks for the info guys...keep it coming...

    it will be for sale soon, he's also got an old bravo, a couple of snow scoots, a newer tundra (last year's i think), older summit, etc...

    not sure if he's selling any of the other sleds but did say the '94 is for sale...I'll chat with him and post it here (before craigs list) if any of you guys are interested..

    thanks again
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    http://www.nadaguides.com/default.as...93&gc=mc&any=0 http://www.kbb.com/othervehicles Heres couple links, To start with. Some Models will hold there value way higher than what the book say,s

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    Base Price $335 $440 TOTAL PRICE $335 $440 335-445 low high for the 95.. which is as far back as it goes

    so that means the 94 is now a classic..

    so i was right on the money....



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    my first Business was a sled shop sold it when i moved back to the interior.2002. NADA is only good when the insurance co is involved...i used to buy back wrecked sleds from the insurance co and repair them...made bank more then once...


    900-1300 is what people will pay for that sled.. and pay all day long if nice and well maintaned.
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    Default bravo

    if he's selling the bravo, i'd be interested.
    i have a '96 bearcat 440 2 up...i've had several offers of 2k...but i'm in kotzebue, prices are higher here...point is don't go by the book - esp. in alaska.

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    Yea Vince,...you just described the difference between its "value" and "what it's worth"...ie what folks will pay for it...LOL..

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