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  • avatar laltazan 01/20/12 9:47 pm PST

    Vehicles of that age normally sell based on two things; Condition and how much someone is willing to pay. If the condition is good, it runs wells and you like it, it is worth at least as much as a 1992 in the same condition. After a point vehicles really don't depreciate to any extent, if the condition remains good.

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  • laltazan 01/20/12 9:47 pm PST

    Vehicles of that age normally sell based on two things; Condition and how much someone is willing to pay. If the condition is good, it runs wells and you like it, it is worth at least as much as a 1992 in the same condition. After a point vehicles really don't depreciate to any extent, if the condition remains good.

  • rpaul3 01/20/12 10:05 pm PST

    I would think $900 - $1200 is about right. Important to keep the freindship no matter what.

  • Stever@Edmunds 01/22/12 10:00 am PST

    NADA goes back further with book values. Not sure if I believe the numbers though - I'm coming up with retail numbers pushing $5,000 there.

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  • rpaul3 01/22/12 10:26 am PST

    check link below for all 1982 Chevy 4x4's asking prices

    Source: http://www.allofcraigs.com/2009/08/sear
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