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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-07-2018, 09:57 PM
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I've been looking, thinking maybe to step up from my 04, but a lot of them are priced that higher when looking at the under 100k miles.

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I paid $11k for mine with about 215k on it. 297k today and still solid. If I bought one with 40k miles it'd last me until we're all driving electric trucks. But to pay $40k? Nah. That is absurd.

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I've been looking, thinking maybe to step up from my 04, but a lot of them are priced that higher when looking at the under 100k miles.
Have you tried looking for the LMM models too or just LBZ?

The LMM is basically the same engine just has a DPF, which is easily deleted if you don't live an emissions controlled state, and they seem to be MUCH less expensive

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Have you tried looking for the LMM models too or just LBZ?

The LMM is basically the same engine just has a DPF, which is easily deleted if you don't live an emissions controlled state, and they seem to be MUCH less expensive
I haven't but, cause i like the classic style but maybe, I should change my thinking.
If a 06-07 is worth 35- 40k I guess my 04 is still worth 20k.

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I haven't but, cause i like the classic style but maybe, I should change my thinking.
If a 06-07 is worth 35- 40k I guess my 04 is still worth 20k.
If you do a search on cars,com or antotrader.com you can get some idea what your truck might be worth and look for LMM vehicles. I found an 08 LTZ with 92500 for 22000 even last November

With both of them you can edit the search criteria to narrow it down to precisely what you have/want to keep from having to sort through all those that don't qualify for you.

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I saw an LBZ on craigslist for $42k here in california haha! Dont remember the mileage but it was definitely super low.
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I saw an LBZ on craigslist for $42k here in california haha! Dont remember the mileage but it was definitely super low.


I’d rather pay that for a super low mileage lmm....atleast you get an interior that doesn’t feel so cheap and dated
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