Wrong,wrong,wrong. I have photos of the car prior to repair, and it cost me in total 3500 to fix. You have to know how adjusters work, and how the estimates vs real life repair cost don't reflect one another. But, as the ad mentioned, i would rather deal with "experienced" salvage buyers, as not to have to explain every single element of who, when when and how. Thank you all for your interest. I can provide photos from the insurance company prior to purchase, as well as work order from repair facility upon an in person inspection of the vehicle by a serious buyer with cash in hand. My description is 100% accurate, and factual. Obviously the car is going to be seen in person by any potential buyer, so why fabricate anything other then the truth. Don't know what or who you guys are use to dealing with, but I'm a straight shooter, and I don't play games with people's time and or money.
Last edited by Jmar; 02-23-2012 at 04:05 PM.