2003 ford f150 Harley Davidson

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A good way to find out is look for one for sale somewhere. This can give you a starting point. Then you can compare the pics of the one for sale and the one you are speaking of.


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Average price can vary by location/region. But in reality, an item ( especially a car ) is worth whatever you can get someone to pay for it... ;)
 

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Not knowing a single detail outside of it being all black with 90k miles...

If I were the owner I’d start the price at $12k, personally. For my area (San Antonio) there aren’t many for sale and zero under 100k miles from what I’ve seen. As long as there are no mechanical issues with it and no major cosmetic issues, $12k would be my price point.

To give a reference, I would list my 03 Shamu at $12,500 and it has 133,500 miles on it. However, there are zero for sale in my area so I kind of have an advantage on the market.
 

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