new 5.0 at home salvage

From: Stan & Laura <>
Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2002 21:03:50 -0500

This company lets anyone in in Ga and NC
You do have to pay $150 a year to get in, and have to remove the car within
24 hours.

I bought a decent 66 T-bird for $850, and saw a 96 T-bird with no body
damage go for $1450.
saw a not too bad bashed 99 Stang go for $2400, but man, the trucks and
suvs, were sky high, a smashed 98 4x4 Yukon brought $8700

t 01:41 PM 2/8/2002 -0700, you wrote:
>A note on salvage auctions.
>These are auctions where they auction off cars from insurance companies.
>Do a search at google on "auto salvage" + auction and you will get a
>bunch of hits. These are the auctions that all the local salvage yards
>go to and buy their stuff at. They will pay $600-700 for a whole car and
>part it out for $2-3k. The better shape new builadble cars go for more
>money... The 88 mustang I bought could be put into new shape for about
>$1000.00 in parts and paint. Needs new fender, hood, bumper, and hedlight
>assemby,plus a little paint.
>Most of these auctions require that you have an auto salvage license or a
>dealership license depending on their rules. You may be able to get a
>license... depends upon the requiremnets of your state.
> On Fri, 8 Feb 2002
> wrote:
>> where do you find out about the salvage auctions...just curious?
>> Thanks
>> Ken
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