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    Hello folks, I searched the classified under "Unimogs" and came up with nothing.

    Can I get a ballpark on the value of a '61/'62 Unimog?

    I have two and I am going to keep one and sell the other in a year or so. Just curious as to a ballpark value in case an interesting trade pops up(I know a guy with a half dozen Willys pickups and I want one and he won't sell for cash).

    These are basically 99% rust free with only small amount of rust at the front bottom lip of the cab(see picture). Not even rusted through. Will need a little lead work to be good as new.

    Have upper doors and run good.

    That is a bolted on dog box hanging off the back for quail hunting. I have photoshopped the logos off the doors.

    Thanks!

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    It's worth whatever you and a buyer can agree on . You must have some idea of what you want for it . If you price it to high the market will tell you by no bites on it , if your asking price is fair it will move fairly fast. It's a limited market , so how bad do you want to get rid of it , if your in no hurry you will probably get more waiting for the right buyer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by porkysplace View Post
    It's worth whatever you and a buyer can agree on . You must have some idea of what you want for it . If you price it to high the market will tell you by no bites on it , if your asking price is fair it will move fairly fast. It's a limited market , so how bad do you want to get rid of it , if your in no hurry you will probably get more waiting for the right buyer.
    Just looking for a knowledgeable Unimog guy that can ballpark a value. I can ballpark a value on muscle cars, but I have not been able to find any sold data on unimogs.

    If it was a '69 small block Camaro it would ballpark at 15k. A Unimog may be 2k or 20k, I have no clue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern M715 View Post
    Just looking for a knowledgeable Unimog guy that can ballpark a value. I can ballpark a value on muscle cars, but I have not been able to find any sold data on unimogs.

    If it was a '69 small block Camaro it would ballpark at 15k. A Unimog may be 2k or 20k, I have no clue.
    You know what you got into it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by porkysplace View Post
    You know what you got into it.
    I appreciate your feedback, but "what I got into it" has nothing to do with market value.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern M715 View Post
    I appreciate your feedback, but "what I got into it" has nothing to do with market value.
    Your right there is a good chance you will take a loss . You might do better on a Mog specific forum , it's like the guys with M715's do better on this type of question over at 715.com . There just isn't a big following for them on SS , most of the threads are related to the 419 SEE . Expedition imports will give you dealer prices.

    Here is a similar older thread , it got link to a e-bay ad that didn't meet the reserve at $7500.
    Buying an Original Unimog 404

    Value?


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    Quote Originally Posted by porkysplace View Post
    You might do better on a Mog specific forum , it's like the guys with M715's do better on this type of question over at 715.com . There just isn't a big following for them on SS , most of the threads are related to the 419 SEE .
    10-4. I'm trying to avoid those Mercedes types, but Google keeps leading me to Benz World.

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    I'm thinking 6500 for it.

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    http://www.unimog.net/exchange/ is a real-world list of Unimogs for sale. If you are looking for Unimog prices why would you want to avoid 'those Mercedes types'?

    Do you have better pictures (not postage stamp size)?
    1952 M-38
    LST-178 Lube and Service Trailer
    M-1082 LMTV Trailer
    2 x M-105 trailer, bare
    M-105A2 with sides, bows
    'old' Onan 115 v radar power generator, 4 cyl boxer engine
    2 x S-250 Shelter, 318 shelter
    1957 Unimog 404 flatbed, French NATO (Germany)
    1965 Unimog 404 radio truck (German Army)
    1967 Unimog 404 flatbed project truck
    3 x Unimog 406's
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    Quote Originally Posted by tennmogger View Post
    http://www.unimog.net/exchange/ is a real-world list of Unimogs for sale. If you are looking for Unimog prices why would you want to avoid 'those Mercedes types'?

    Do you have better pictures (not postage stamp size)?
    Thanks, for the link.

    The Benz people remark was a joke.

    You can click on the pic and it will blow up to twice the size of a stamp.

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