$1,760 Increase 21MY to 22MY

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Forever & Ever Woods

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2011 Ford Raptor (Total Loss)
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1998 Chevy Silverado Z71 - 45k miles
I've built out the exact build on B&P and have come up with $82,190 (MSRP)
I've built out the exact build via dealer and have come up with $83,950

I'm able to purchase for $77,591.54.

I believe it to be a good deal. Any takers on getting a better deal?

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I've built out the exact build on B&P and have come up with $82,190 (MSRP)
I've built out the exact build via dealer and have come up with $83,950

I'm able to purchase for $77,591.54.

I believe it to be a good deal. Any takers on getting a better deal?

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Buy now! Bidenflation is here; everything will go up. (except that which you may unwilling subsidize with your tax dollars)
 
I've built out the exact build on B&P and have come up with $82,190 (MSRP)
I've built out the exact build via dealer and have come up with $83,950

I'm able to purchase for $77,591.54.

I believe it to be a good deal. Any takers on getting a better deal?
Reads like a damn good deal to me. Get er done and get in line.
 
I was able to order my 22 f250 6.7 with black package, tremor package , lariat ultimate, 608a, block heater, 5th wheel prep, high cap towing, roof lights, heated wheel, garage door opener, 397 amp alt, heated rear seat and rear chmsl camera for 74,551.24 with tax and doc fee 79,299.11 out the door. not sure if its a good deal or not

Careful quoting "out the door" prices. OTD pricing varies heavily by state with included taxes and registration. The more consistent way is to say sale price + dealer fees and leave out the government fees so that people can compare apples:apples.

For example, the OTD price on my truck included 7.25% sales tax (~$5,300) and ~$1,500 registration. Someone including those costs into the OTD price would feel ripped off when they look at a person in a different state who paid 0% sales tax and paid their registration separately.
 
I've built out the exact build on B&P and have come up with $82,190 (MSRP)
I've built out the exact build via dealer and have come up with $83,950

I'm able to purchase for $77,591.54.

I believe it to be a good deal. Any takers on getting a better deal?

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That's looks good. I'd go for it. Earlier this year, Apple Ford in Apple Valley MN was able to do $1500 under invoice. That's no longer the case I am sure. I would put your order in asap
 
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? Biden certainly didn’t start this. (And he certainly hasn’t stopped it either.) Way to polarize.

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Yes, he is not controlling much, just a puppet. Inflation is only one way they are tearing the country apart. But, I do thinking printing lots of money and incentivising laziness will cause inflation; let's sit back and watch.
 
I've built out the exact build on B&P and have come up with $82,190 (MSRP)
I've built out the exact build via dealer and have come up with $83,950

I'm able to purchase for $77,591.54.

I believe it to be a good deal. Any takers on getting a better deal?

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That is great, about 2% under invoice. Depending on where you are, Might be worth a trip to Horsham, PA where Chapman Ford is offering 3%..... Before incentives.
 
Buy now! Bidenflation is here; everything will go up. (except that which you may unwilling subsidize with your tax dollars)
This is the biggest cop-out pile of bullshit, man.

I'm not a Biden fat in the slightest, but Bidenflation is pure fake news.

The shortages are caused by the previous treasonuos administrations dumpster-fire of a "response" to a very real infectious disease threat. The Orange Idiot f*&ked us all pretty well with Chinese Tarriffs, followed by basically doing nothing to help with the pandemic (I have witnessed it firsthand).

And as a pre-emptive strike against any further political silliness, the first Pandemic Response Plan was created by the Bush administration: https://www.cdc.gov/flu/pandemic-resources/planning-preparedness/national-strategy-planning.html (2005 and 2006).

Mr tr45son's administration pretty much wiped their collective asses with the paper the above was printed on.

Source: I'm in healthcare and have been dealing with this horse shit more than you can imagine (masks, temp checks, stupidity, vaccines, etc) for over a year.
 
K but, according to the graph you supplied the rate has nearly quadrupled since his inauguration. Not saying it’s his fault, but as a factual matter, it has.

When it comes to larger ticket items like inflation, its impossible to pin it on ANYTHING in the short term. Inflation is one of those things that we look back on 20 years from now with better optics. The official measurement of it is pretty garbage in my opinion as the things rich people buy have been massively inflated for many years but not counted in "official inflation." Those things are stocks (equities, record highs year over year), bonds (record low yields prior to COVID), commercial real estate (record low cap rates, low yields, high prices), record high house prices for non primary and non investment properties, etc.

IMO, the inflation has been here, strong, for several years buts its in rich people stuff like investments, expensive cars, airplanes, etc. The way we measure inflation is antiquated IMO. I think the floor has been raised far enough and the ceiling being near unlimited, that we have lost our understanding of inflation. People don't buy two loaves of bread when they are doing better financially. They buy a vacation house, stocks, bonds, ect.
 
K but, according to the graph you supplied the rate has nearly quadrupled since his inauguration. Not saying it’s his fault, but as a factual matter, it has.
Do you understand how inflation works, or what economical factors influence the inflation rate of an economy?

Even if Trump had been re-elected, the shut-downs related to COVID's global effects still would have resulted in the shortages of raw materials we are seeing.

Economics 101 says that when supply decreases and demand increases, prices go up, and as a result, inflation increases.

I would be more worried about the Delta Variant and un-educated people who are not getting vaccinated (don't worry, almost all of the deaths occuring now are in un-vaccinated individuals! Plus, after you get chipped you don't need your bluetits headphones anymore) causing further shut-downs and prolonging the economic issues, than some old white guy place-holder president. Also, at least I don't have to wake up and hear about what other stupid incendiary thing the president tweeted out overnight in a fast-food and adderall-fuelled rage.
 
The graph looks like it's folded over as real inflation is closer to 8% if not higher...
Real inflation rate is around 11% according to John Williams at showstats.com, who measures it according to the way the gov't USED to measure it before it became "gamed".
 
Thought this Forum was supposed to be about Ford Tremor Trucks, not political digs from people clearly ignorant on anything related to economics. But hey, 'Murica right? You do you.
 
Thought this Forum was supposed to be about Ford Tremor Trucks, not political digs from people clearly ignorant on anything related to economics. But hey, 'Murica right? You do you.
Seems the knowledge base here is at least on par with that of the administration’s treasury secretary. An expert.
 
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