How I Buy the BEST Salvage Cars for CHEAP!

How I Buy the BEST Salvage Cars for CHEAP!

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34 thoughts on “How I Buy the BEST Salvage Cars for CHEAP!

  1. I’m in Florida and have found a truck that is buy now up in the NW US. Is there a site to use for people to inspect it and read the codes before I purchase? Also, is there a site to use for delivery?

  2. Thanks Samcrac, that was very educational. It would be just as nice if there were a Copart frnchise here iin the U.K. But that was very good intelligence. I f you know how to direct someone here in the U.K. with Copart on knowing to purchase a car from them that would be great. Thanks, Michael, North London, United KIngdom. And a very Merry Christmas to you!!

  3. First, I love your channel!!! 

    I really appreciate all the info and entertainment, ha!

    I'm looking for a 2017-2019 Ford F-150 raptor, I live in CA. I've seen a few trucks in TX, TN, NV, etc…  My question (I can't seem to find an answer on line) is, 

    If I buy a salvaged titled car from one of those other states and have it shipped to CA, can I get the vehicle inspected and rebranded to rebuilt here in CA or would I have to take it back to the original state after its repaired? 

    Thanks for your help

  4. When I see a vandalized car at auction all I think is insurance fraud; I just wouldn't gamble on it unless it would still pays off if it needs new engine and transmission… Some might he authentic but mist likely someone was trying an easy out…

  5. the vin number doesn't show in full and the licensing map doesn't show they give you very little info so if your new you will get screwed and pay too much. I'm looking at a yellow 2018 mustang gt350 47942918 how much would i have to pay a broker? If the the broker does not get the winning bid do i still have to pay him if so how much? would copart be able to ship across the border direct to my house … Vancouver BC Canada? is AutoAuctions.io free to join and free to get that extra info? thanks simon

  6. Thank you for the video. I have two questions. 1. I have seen on one of these auctions where there was a repair estimate. Is there any way to link to the insurance company's repair estimate or any further details? 2. It seems to me that going through a broker is much cheaper than being an individual buyer directly through Copart. Copart charges individuals without a business license either 15 or 20 percent of the purchase price. Easy Export gets the same vehicle for 2 percent and then just charges its customer another $250 on top of that. Am I missing something? I can't image a scenario on a car costing more than $20k where going directly through Copart wouldn't cost a lot more. I'm looking for a car which will likely go for $30k so it seems like any easy decision to use the broker.

  7. I know you've said as well as other not to buy a flooded car- I'm looking to buy a flooded FRS for a drift build so not for daily road use it will be towed to the track and only ever see track time- I'm looking to rebuild the car completely and gut it. If that's the use case of my build does it matter that I buy a flooded title? Especially when the body seems to be in perfect condition?

    Hope to hear what you think
    Thanks!

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