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Some second-hand trucks are selling for more than their original sticker price because of short supply — a 2-year-old Toyota Tacoma went for nearly $1,000 more than its price when new

Cars sit outside a used car dealership with spray paint on the windows advertising the vehicles.

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Some car dealers have sold used trucks for more than the original sticker price thanks to rocketing demand and a global shortage of chips needed to make new cars, Fox Business reported

Used vehicle prices have risen by an average of 30% over the past year, according to automotive data site Black Book, per Fox Business.

Alex Yurchenko, Black Book’s senior vice president of data science, told Fox Business that he had found 73 models of vehicles between one and three years old that were being sold to dealers at auctions for more than their original details ⇒

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