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I wonder If I need to be a premium member to load photos.

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I think to do it through the CF site you have to have a certain number of posts before it will let you. If you do the imgur thing like oldram, and myself do you just copy and paste.

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I followed you instructions and the picture goes to the drag and drop file upload, you can see it. The upload process bargoes from left to right. Once it completes the upload the picture goes away. Not sure what's going on. By the way, is that 2003 Fat Boy? I have one that looks just like it.
hmm, not sure bout that and yep its an 03 anniversary edition and then some, that one only has 3601 miles on it as my FXR took all the abuse etc.. this ones now starting to get more of my attention...its taken me awhile to come around to the softtail suspension.. I've reworked this one till it almost handles as well as a dyna
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Yup those worked!

Nice clean looking truck, club cab, captain seats, banks pod on dash...nice combo! Spend a couple days detailing the crap out of it...polish and wax, interior, underside and engine compartment....or spend a couple bucks and have it done at a shop. If it's rust free I would probably start at $15K and you can always wiggle down a bit.

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^^^^^ I agree. 15k is not a crazy high number for that truck.
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Thanks! I really appreciate the feedback. I had no idea where to even start with an asking price.
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Have you seen what the 2019 Cummins trucks are selling for...Up north where I am, and in Canadian bucks, they range for $90K to $105+K!!!

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That is HIGH!
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I gave $10k for my 93 back in Jan, and it had been sitting for a decade outside! and I was going to take it apart and use its frame etc.. to convert my 71 Blazer to 12v 5spd etc... it was too nice to cut up so... I bought A 92 club cab thats got really low miles but rusty body to cut up instead... now after pulling the immaculate seats (same ones ya have) and putting em in my 93 etc..I Noticed that the club cabs frame is rust free and the cab itself is rust free just front fenders are rusted and bed was wrecked and half azzed repaired so... the $7k 92... its donating its frame and cab to the 93 and its engine to the blazer with the 93s frame(the Blazer already has gm 14 bolt rear and Dana 60 front axles to put under 93s frame after I shorten it) and the 92 frame gets all the 4x4 stuff off the 93... yea someone will buy your truck, I've already got $17+K into creating a blue version of your truck myself!

$15k ask it and let em talk ya down to $13k
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Better yet, keep it and sell off a the car or truck that has a loan on it. That is a nice truck and will serve you well for many years to come.


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'91.5 LE SCLB, HE351CW, 47RH, Swiss Cheese Airbox, THD Lift Pump, THD fuel pin, 366 Spring, 4" exhaust, THD long fuel screw, timing spacer, Pwr Stroke IC, 3" IC piping, Chevy Seats, LED lights.
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That is HIGH!
From all the trucks I have seen for sale, and the purchase prices I have seen and heard listed for 1st gen trucks the price is in the ball park for sure. "You" may not be willing to spend that kind of money on one, but there are a lot of others who are.

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