Why Buy A Salvage Car?

Posted on: 3 December 2018

A salvaged car is a car that has been totaled and has a salvage title to show the vehicle has been deemed technically destroyed. A salvaged car may have undergone a serious wreck, have fire damage, been in a flood, or have such severe undercarriage or interior damage that the vehicle's worth does not exceed its actual work to make the car sound. Just because a vehicle carries a salvage title doesn't mean the vehicle is not worth buying.
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Getting Cold Hard Cash For Your Non-Running Clunker

Posted on: 6 October 2016

If you have a junked vehicle on your property that you no longer want to keep, you will most likely want to find a way to get rid of it without having to pay to do so. There are actually a few ways you can make money from a non-working vehicle instead of having to reach in your wallet to have it towed away. Here are some ideas you can use when you feel you want to have a vehicle taken away while making some money as a result.
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Move Over Mechanics: Interior Decorators Are Grabbing Up Salvage Yard Car Parts

Posted on: 4 August 2016

Vintage, rustic and industrial-looking auto parts are being scooped up by home designers and creative DIYers who are turning every auto part imaginable into works of art, furniture and other useful and decorative items. You might wonder how artists and tinkerers think up all of their amazing auto-parts ideas, but you can do the same thing with some insight and imagination -- and a trip to your local auto parts salvage yard.
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Tips For What To Do When Your Car's Transmission Needs To Be Replaced

Posted on: 26 May 2016

When your car's transmission is no longer functioning, you may be frantic about what to do about it. Replacing a transmission is a major undertaking and it can be expensive as well. Check out these tips for what you can do about your car and its malfunctioning, broken transmission. Consider The Value Of Your Vehicle If your car is older, the cost of having a new or used transmission put in it could be wasteful.
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