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    HD F 150 Collector Vehicle??

    HD F150's seem to hold their value better than regular F 150's. My DSG 2002 was bought after 2002 SEMA show by a "Big Wig" that worked for Miller Beer. I in turn bought it from him. It was one of 5 trucks customized by Goldies Customs for Harley Executives to drive during the SEMA Show. It had a prototype steel hood (with Mustang fake hood scoop), Prototype bed cover, Carbon fiber tail lights, wire grille, billet gas door, Lightning tune and pulley, Full size tire and chrome wheel in place of spare....etc.

    I am wondering if anyone thinks the 2002-2003's will ever go up in value...should I hang on to it??

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    One with extremely low miles and in perfect condition might eventually increase in value over time. But one that has some miles, or is modded like most of them are, probably not. Its amazing how many people, even "car guys" have no clue what a HD F150 is, or why its special (especially 02-03's) they just think it's a nice trim package on a F150, and nothing more. Which in most model years is true.

    But really it's hard to tell. 20 years ago even, nobody ever saw auto values for classics climb to where they have become in recent years. Everyone always said not to waste money on a car because they drop in value when you leave the lot. Now, certain models (even new ones) can actually be a long term investment.

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    Nice looking truck you got there! Very clean and looks new too. Unless these pics are old, she doesn't appear to have many miles on her either.
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    The picture is 5-6 years old....it still looks good @ 112,000+ miles!!
    2002 DSG F 150 Harley
    Built 05/09/02 #6549 of 12,505
    1 of 5 Customized for Harley Executives to drive at the 2002 SEMA Show.
    14.789@93.59 (85deg 80%humidity)14.35@96(corrected)
    13 MPG- City
    19.5 MPG-Hwy

    2000 Mustang GT Vortech V2 SQ trim(Cobra "R" clone)
    Lots of mods Multiple show winner.

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    A totally stock one will be the most valued for top $$. True for all cars. Once you touched something and modify it then value goes down quickly from there. So that nice oil separator, E-fan, chrome antenna cap, blah blah blah all it does is depreciate it. Mines is going no where long time ago so I cant care less. But overall the SC 02-03 is well above the regular F-150 of same years.

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