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    1988 Mighty Max est. Value

    I'm in the Greenville, SC area. What are the Mighty Max's/D 50's going for in your area? (Gen ll's 2 wd in good shape) Just curious

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    Mine got appraised at work (mitsubishi dealer) at 3,200

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    I'm not sure this is an answerable question.....Most Mighty max and ram 50 in this site and floating around have been modded or changed somehow carb', fab work ,bagged.exc. Also factoring original mileage and ownership . Does it have a salvage or rebuilt title ? Is there rust ?has the head ,block or transmission Been replaced "rebuilt".... So many factors in valuing the trucks real worth .So how does one put a direct value on one particular truck.

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    Seen this question enough times to know there is only one answer - whatever you're prepared to pay for it. There's ones for $300 that need some serious TLC - then there's ones that are asking $5k that have had a heap of work done to them or are apparently in mint condish.

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    If it's is bone stock though I would look at other local Mm and ram50 s and value it at what you think it's worth to you . How much are you going to put into it in the future or are you just going to drive it into the ground ...

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