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Old 04-20-2017, 06:14 PM   #51
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Those are insane markups but hey.....great news for the dealers and those that are comfortable acquiring a great truck at these prices.
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Old 04-20-2017, 06:28 PM   #52
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Those are insane markups but hey.....great news for the dealers and those that are comfortable acquiring a great truck at these prices.

Yeah it blows my mind the type of money some people have. Me, I'll just stick to my 2016 Screw 302A 2.7L 4x4 sport. Just swapped out the stock 18's for 20's and leveled it. Got a bull bar on order. I'd rather put my money into a truck and trick it out a little rather than be truck poor!
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My dealership as well as others in my area are $20,000 over. We were able to order 7, all 7 went for $20,000 over. Granted I work in the Bay Area just north of San Francisco and everything is much more expensive here, but people are writing checks for these things. It's crazy. We are buying allocations from other stores to sell more to our customers that want one and we are having to buy them for $8,000 over sticker. It's insane.
I'd consider letting you have mine for 8 over sticker. Lol
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Old 04-20-2017, 09:18 PM   #54
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All of these crazy inflation over retail prices reminds me of that boring 2015 white 50 Years Limited edition mustang and all the hysteria over them. The Ford dealership that is only 4 miles from my house got one and turned down 15k over msrp for it back then. Its still sitting in their showroom......
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if i was to spend 70k on a truck it better be a female and blow me everytime i get in and out of it. raptor is sweet but could buy alot more sweeter things then a truck and then the stress of if its gonna get scratched or broken into then again if you have 70k to spend on a truck you probably don't worry about those kinds of things.
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just an ideal for the costco members. https://www.costcoauto.com/new_cars/...modelyear=2017

when i got my 14 lariat through the Costco auto program the raptor wasn't an option. but now in 17 it is. maybe contact a costco dealer and see if the web sit is correct?
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just an ideal for the costco members. https://www.costcoauto.com/new_cars/...modelyear=2017

when i got my 14 lariat through the Costco auto program the raptor wasn't an option. but now in 17 it is. maybe contact a costco dealer and see if the web sit is correct?
Some of the guys on the Raptor forum tried to get Costco pricing on Raptors and it was a no go. http://www.fordraptorforum.com/f260/...-costco-53084/
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I have a buddy who is willing to sell Raptors on MSRPs. Let me know if anyone is interested. He is got a black one coming.
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Can someone tell me what on earth is the big deal with this truck besides it looks good , is it higher priced then a rebel, or laramie longhorn, and whatever chevys top model is ,i have never heard of people begging just to pay what the msrp is and paying over blows my mind, i talk dealers down on a vehicle not up !
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Some of the guys on the Raptor forum tried to get Costco pricing on Raptors and it was a no go. http://www.fordraptorforum.com/f260/...-costco-53084/
Yeah, no one is gonna do costco pricing on a Raptor when otherwise they have a 10k markup on it. They'll just tell you to go pound sand.

In 2011/2012 (before the 5.8s came out) the GT500 was eligible for X plan pricing but most dealers still told people to go pound sand because they're not obligated to honor it, so they're sure as hell not going to honor Costco on something that's in greater demand.
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