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Date:         Mon, 8 Jan 2001 19:51:34 EST
Reply-To:     BenTbtstr8@AOL.COM
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From:         Benjamin Tan <BenTbtstr8@AOL.COM>
Subject:      Re: How much is a 68 Single cab worth
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Values depend on what part of the world you're in. You didn't say where you or the vehicle is located. I saw a red single cab at Bug-O-Rama in Sacramento last summer. Freshly painted but missing gates for $3000. There was a 67 Double Cab in need of body work just sold for $2500 in SF. A 57 single cab in reasonably good shape just sold in San Jose for $1500.

These vehicles are probably more common outside the US. That usually means they are cheaper in those areas. Supply and demand, you know. You might also try the Type 2 list or SOTO for advice. They are likely to run into these things more.

Hope that helps a little.

BenT San Francisco.

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