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Well I have to get rid of my 97 Dodge 1500....Well I don't have to...I want to because I'm getting a new one! :rck:

So I need someone to help me out with how much I should ask for it so I'll give some details of it.

Its an extended cab; short bed; 4wd; 5.9L; auto; Power seat, windows, and locks; Infinity; AM/FM, CD, Cassette; Sliding rear window; 5" suspension lift, 35" BFGs with 15x10 Eagle wheels that only have about 1,200 miles on them; taken well care of; looks great both inside and out; and I have a Hypertech chip for it.

I'm sure I'm forgetting something here but it gives you an idea. If it matters any, I'm in Northen California. Thanks!
 

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I forgot that it has just under 97k miles, and oil is changed regularly and it runs great too!
 

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Little town of Angels Camp, but moving to Idaho soon so I figured I would sell it here since I might be able to get a little more for it.
 

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Before she passed away my grandma and grandpa lived in Orland.

Last name was Carnes. Also friends with the Deeds up there.

A.C. is about 3 hours south of Orland.
 

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Thats what I was asking you guys. I'm gonna sell it locally around here but don't know how much I should ask for it.
 

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$8,000-$10,000 would prolly be a good starting price

check the bluebook though
 
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