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Old 06-24-2015, 05:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Citrus at salvage sale Friday in Kentucky

https://www.iaai.com/Vehicles/Vehicl...91&RowNumber=3

Flood car so only the body parts any good probably.
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Old 06-24-2015, 05:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Thats a 3 thousand dollar insight if I have ever seen one.





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Regretfully you have to pay $200 to register to bid.
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I hope it's headed to Indy. Not sure of the value and what I'd do with it but it deserves a good home where it will be loved.
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Only the body panels are usable. Try to fix it and you invest a huge amount of work and you are always stuck with the salvage title. Bad investment at best
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Only the body panels are usable. Bad investment at best
Bad investment? What about my other 35 insights?
Think they were good investments?
Thank God I have a sugar momma.
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If I lived closer, I'd grab this car. I have a parts car that would transplant this car into it's next life.
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Regretfully you have to pay $200 to register to bid.
Figure a 40% surcharge when you are done. My last $600 purchase exceeded $1000 by the time I was out the door. Then I had to trailer to the location and back home. But with this being only 2 hours away is an addt value. As my girlfriend tells me, "you gotta pay to play".
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As my girlfriend tells me, "you gotta pay to play".
Just what kinda GF you got there?
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Well, its hard to tell the condition before the flood. There maybe more usable parts, but they will require a lot of labor cleaning, removing rust, seized fasteners, etc. At best it would be a parts car, but never run or run right.

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