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http://stcloud.craigslist.org/rvs/1898913800.html

look at that and tell me they arent smoking something
 

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Haha what!? I saw the price and how clean the sled was and figured it would have like 1000 miles and the guy was thinking he had a masterpiece... but No! 6k miles! Don't get me wrong, that's a nice clean sled. But nowhere on this planet is it worth $1750. More like $750, if he gets his head out the clouds 'cause he's so damn high.
 

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hahah! some people these days...but im sure some idiot will come along, think its the best thing in the world and pay what that guy is asking for it
 

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God alot of people are selling there old used sleds for alot of money, for it being summer time i haven't found alot deals on craigslist this summer.
 

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teamarctic14 said:
well it is an older sks and clean efi so might be worth it to someone honestly
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$1750 would be a reasonable price for Canada in the winter. Not in the US in the summer.
 

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Polaris_Parts_MN said:
teamarctic14 said:
well it is an older sks and clean efi so might be worth it to someone honestly
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$1750 would be a reasonable price for Canada in the winter. Not in the US in the summer.
agree %100
could get around that in Canada through the winter.
 

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indyrider15 said:
God alot of people are selling there old used sleds for alot of money, for it being summer time i haven't found alot deals on craigslist this summer.
Noticed that to. The good deals I've found, stuff is already sold.
 

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Well I found our 99 XC 700 on craigs list in December of 2007, paid $1600 for it with a bunch of extras that I ended up selling off for a total of around $200, so in the end I actually paid $1400 for the sled, it had under 2500 miles on it and it was BONE STOCK, this is what it looked like when I bought it, now it is the sled you see in my avatar, it just turned 3000 miles when I had it out at the drag strip on Sunday.

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Its in my county! I'm hookin' up the trailer right after this to go buy it!!!
 

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What I usually do is set the price a little bit high and whoever comes to buy my old car and truck offers me lower price which i would usually accept.

Pretty soon I'm selling my monte carlo, the body isnt pretty but the motor and tranny are REALLY good and I will set the price at almost a bit high and the buyer can always work it down. I know for sure I wont see a grand for my car..at least I will know what to expect.
 
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Polaris_Parts_MN said:
Haha what!? I saw the price and how clean the sled was and figured it would have like 1000 miles and the guy was thinking he had a masterpiece... but No! 6k miles! Don't get me wrong, that's a nice clean sled. But nowhere on this planet is it worth $1750. [highlight=yellow]More like $750[/highlight=yellow], if he gets his head out the clouds 'cause he's so damn high.
Even that's high. Newer sleds with less miles are worth less than 750 (according to NADA).
 

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NADA is useless for sleds. Sleds (or anything else for that matter) are only worth what someone is willing to pay. I've sold a 93 Indy 440 L/C for $750 and it was nowhere as clean as that '92 Indy 500 in that link
 
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