December 9, 2013 at 2:10 am
What You Need To Know About Buying A Car With A Salvaged Title
Buying a new car can be stressful. Not only is it a time consuming process, but there are so many factors involved, each just as important as the next. It is crucial to know all you can about your vehicle before making the final purchase. Because there are so many things that can go wrong, determine the history of a car beforehand, finding out exactly how previous owners have treated it, and what conditions it has been put through. Read the rest of this entry »
January 9, 2007 at 2:43 pm
vehicle salvage on the up
If you read around the web you will see that vehicle salvage is become a more and more used means of purchasing a car since you get the vehicle for much less of the price, even after repairs (if repairs are needed).
At SalvageSparefinder you can find out all you need to know about vehicle salvage can even purchase vehicle salvage, from cars to motorbikes with varying damage from major to none (depending on the category). There are many vehicles on sale including a land rover discovery to a Kawasaki zx6r motorbike (shown above)
I myself own some vehicle salvage, i got myself a nice Peugeot 206, 2000 fixed up for under Â£1300. Its worth a hell of allot more. don’t believe me then check out the auto trader.
Anyway with vehicle salvage demands going up we though we would let you know, so why not check SalvageSpareFinder out today for vehicle salvage, you may surprise yourself
November 23, 2006 at 4:30 pm
Mitsubishi I – from a car salvage viewpoint
The new Mitsubishi I seems a lot like the Smart Car, but it does have its differences. Firstly It won the Most Advanced Technology special achievement award in Japan and is Mitsubishi’s 1st Car of the year in over a decade. The Mitsubishi I have lots of car parts which is excellent on the car salvage front as it enables badly damaged cars to be salvages for car parts.
They have put a lot into style verses safety, which is neither good and bad from a car salvage point of view since safety means nothing, but to the consumer it is a good aspect for the car to have.
As you can see the car looks amaxing and if a car salvage category X of the Mitsubishi car came up Id snatch it straight away.
facts are from myautoparts.blogspot (can see some good images also)