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99 V8 XLT Explorer Opinions

Discussion in 'Stock 1995 - 2001 Explorers' started by deathsquadd, December 28, 2011.

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  1. deathsquadd

    deathsquadd New Member

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    What are your opinions about a 99 V8 XLT? How many miles is too many for $2700?

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  3. Joe Dirt

    Joe Dirt Explorer Addict

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    Way more variables/info needed than that...
     
  4. turboplz

    turboplz New Member

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    I just picked up a 99 v8 AWD mountaineer with 150k for $1800. Not without it's issues though. Just replaced the timing cover gasket, sway bar end links, need a front driveshaft as it's missing one, 3rd gear hard shift and a bad radio.

    The truck is actually in great shape, just neglegance on the previous owner's part mostly. I've put less than $100 into it since I bought it, I figure another $500 for things I want (exhaust) and other odds and in's then she will be tip top.

    So with that, if the truck is in great shape with around 150k miles or less, $2700 is a decent price. Though I'd imagine you should be able to easily talk them down to $2500 or lower depending on condition.
     

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