Should I Sell My 74 Now That I Have My New Bronco?

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It's not just a 4x4 it's a hot rod you can't sell it ! I sold my 67 years ago and still miss it.

 

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If it were me, I would sell the new one for a nice profit and use the money to refresh the '74. They don't build 'em like they used to.
 

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That would be a hard No for me. I wish I still had my '77 to go with my new one.

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Only you can answer that question. Which would you regret more? Dieing with it? Or living without it? LOL. I have sold things that I didn't need the money, but I wasn't using much. Most recently an older KLR 250 motorcycle that was in near perfect condition. It was not being used and kind of in the way. If I had more storage room, I'd still have it. I miss it, but don't regret moving it to someone who is enjoying it.
 

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The old one may outlast the new one.
 

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As a stranger on the internet, I'd say, "Don't listen to strangers on the internet..."

That being said, does it make you happy?

If you look at it and think it's more trouble than it's worth to you, personally, selling it might be the right thing to do.

 

 
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