Rogue One wrote: ↑
Fri Jan 10, 2020 7:30 am
Well that depends on the info you didn't provide. What was the reason for it being a salvaged vehicle? Who performed the restoration work? What is the quality of the repair work, professional or shoddy? Is there any kind of guarantee offered on the repair work? Can you have the vehicle looked at by a mechanic you trust before buying it? How bad do you really want it?
Well, it was in a front end collision, the damage wasn’t bad, I have pics of the accident and the repair process, there wasn’t any frame damage, problem is, the guy did the work himself, but a mechanic I took it to said there wasn’t any red flags, we ended up settling in 2500, which was surprising to me, guess he knew it was overpriced, or was desperate. It had been listed for over a month.