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Old 01 Jun 2004, 04:55 am
mehmet
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Default ADvice on buying junk title civic in pa?

hi,

I am planning to buy a civic 98. Junk title has beeb issued to that
car. I saw the car, the engine in good shape but some body work
requires. I am guessing it would be around 500-600 $ with used
parts. The damage in on the passenger side. I am planning to show
this car to mechanic to check the allignments and engine. My
question, is it worth buying that car with 50 % mark down. also for
the insurance, Am I going to pay more due to junk title? how hard to
resell that car after 2-3 years. Also, I am planning to get
before/after photos of the car to show the future buyers.

Thanks
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Old 01 Jun 2004, 04:33 pm
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Default Re: ADvice on buying junk title civic in pa?

pubccc@yahoo.co.uk (mehmet) wrote in news:f3550ad0.0406010155.b012053
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> hi,
>
> I am planning to buy a civic 98. Junk title has beeb issued to that
> car. I saw the car, the engine in good shape but some body work
> requires. I am guessing it would be around 500-600 $ with used
> parts. The damage in on the passenger side. I am planning to show
> this car to mechanic to check the allignments and engine. My
> question, is it worth buying that car with 50 % mark down. also for
> the insurance, Am I going to pay more due to junk title? how hard to
> resell that car after 2-3 years. Also, I am planning to get
> before/after photos of the car to show the future buyers.
>
> Thanks
>


If it has been issued a junking cert. it can never go on the road again.
KB

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Old 12 Sep 2004, 10:54 am
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Default Re: ADvice on buying junk title civic in pa?



On Tue, 1 Jun 2004 21:33:35 +0000 (UTC), Kevin Bottorff
<kevySPAM@netins.net> wrote:

>pubccc@yahoo.co.uk (mehmet) wrote in news:f3550ad0.0406010155.b012053
>@posting.google.com:
>

<<SNIP>>
>>
>> Thanks
>>

>
>If it has been issued a junking cert. it can never go on the road again.
>KB


Actually, that is incorrect. A junk or salvage can go on the road
again, it just takes a little more proof when you go to have it
inspected. I have a buddy with two trucks, one has a junked and one
has a salvage title. He plans on driving them until they can't be
driven anymore, because mainly it is almost impossible (not totally
impossible, but next to it) to sell a car with a junk/salvage title.
He doesn't pay any more in insurance, but no insurance company will
give you more thank liability against those titles usually.
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