can i trade my truck for a vehicle that get better gas mileage?
I have a 1990 Dodge Ram D150 that I would like to trade for a smaller truck or a car.
You won't have a problem if you go to your local used car dealers and just see what they will give you for your truck. If its in half decent shape you might be surprised. Be prepared to answer questions about motor, body, tranny and over all the condition of the truck. CHECK online in the green, black, or blue book (depending what country your in) also for a fixed price on your truck and then haggle like mad to get a decent deal Good luck!!
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