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Your Ride: 1997 Camry CE
Originally Posted by doughboyea
I'm not a big vert fan, but, for his point of view, he has alot of value attached to his vehicle the he assumes its worth. It looks decent enough, shinny and all, but, still...if your going to sell it privatly, then your going to have to learn to deal.
who would want to buy a salvaged title car though...i guess thats what my point was
There's a ton of folks who buy salvage rides. Some of them aren't crashed or damaged... there's alot that are stolen recovery vehicles (that ins. co's have already paid off owner) Also lemon law cars sometime end up listed as salvage -(IE: customer files lemon law because of paint flaw and refuses to accept a repaint) I'm sure Rooz can tell you about what goes through the auction lots. Plus if you're handy, a salvage car could/would make a good project/track car