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shovelhead
    
recently found 1946 reo truck in good shape wondering what the value of it would be
 
posted: January 11, 2009
 
    
 
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doording
    
she looks like she needs a bunch of work. myself i wouldnt pay over 500 for something like that! these olde trucks, their is not a bunch of us who want them anymore!
posted:  January 11, 2009
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therustypump
    
Their is so many factors when trying to value a vehicle, in the pictures it doesn't look like the truck has allot of rust but without poking into the metal it is tough to say how extensive a restoration it would require. I agree with the first poster, 500 to 1000 dollars would be tops.
posted:  January 12, 2009
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spudder
    
Their was one similar to that in my neck of the woods for sale about 6 months ago, very rust free (its nice and dry here), could run and drive with some tinkering, $1,000, I should check to see if its still available, it was green.
posted:  January 14, 2009
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mdduster
    
If my eyes aren't deceiving me, it looks like to rear wheels are gone and it looks as though the radiator (inside the grill looks pretty open) is also gone. Neat looking truck but I don't think the market is in REO's right now? You would have a fortune in restore costs.

I tried looking on a Market Price web site but the highest REO year they went to was 1939. Sorry I couldn't help you out!
posted:  January 14, 2009
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kruizin
    
Like the one member said probably around 500, but I think it would make a real fine rat rod, Just my thoughts, Right or wrong...Wish it was in my back yard....
posted:  September 15, 2009
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