I'm considering buying a 2003 Miata with a salvaged title. I checked it out, and all seems fine. The guy selling is very upfront with the history of the vehicle. Is it really a CHICK car though? I never thought of it that way, but some say it's not a car for a guy. Help me make my decision by posting your response
How to buy your next car for 50% of Book Value.
For almost 20 years now I have been buying wrecked vehicles from Insurance
companies sometimes for less than half of book value. With some basic car
knowledge and some body and paint skills you can save thousands on your
next vehicle purchase. This video shows the rebuild process from start to
finish on a 1999 Subaru Outback. This video also shows how a "Salvage
Title" vehicle isn't always a total basket case that has scabbed back
together in a back alley somewhere. Many times these cars need very little
to put them back together and often are declared "salvage" with no damage
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Local Detroit Howell Michigan certified auto appraiser Jason Phillips
performed an inspection on this salvage title Honda for a potential buyer
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car like this inspected prior to purchase.This not only alleviates the
banks need to be certain that the asset has been properly repaired and is
worth securing as collateral, but it aids their member as well. Saving
money buying a repaired salvage title car can be a good experience, or
could end up a disaster! In this case, this 2008 Honda seemed to pass the
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Should I Buy a Car with a Rebuilt Title?
Cars with rebuilt titles are cheaper, but are they worth it? Cars with
rebuilt titles can be a really bad idea.
Come look at this!
Are you shopping on your lunch break?
They joke about girls having a $1,000 lunch break shopping for shoes
online. This looks more like a $15,000 lunch break. I'm looking for another
car. Whoa, look at this great deal!
Whoa is right. It's a rebuilt title.
What's wrong with that? Should I buy a car with a rebuilt title?
Cars can have salvage titles, AKA rebuilt titles, for lots of reasons. It
may have been wrecked in an accident. It may have had water damage. It
might have been reported stolen. But a salvage title means someone declared
it a total loss.
It isn't a total loss. The car is right there. And look at the price. It's
Rebuilt cars are much cheaper than other cars, because they have far less
value. Rebuilt or salvage titles mean at one time, someone said the car
lost 3/4 of its value or more. And rebuilt titles mean your car insurance
rates will be higher. If the car has a mechanical failure or is in an
accident, the insurer may not reimburse you as much or cover the damage.
I don't know if I can afford a conventional car.
You just have to go in with your eyes open. Is a cheaper car worth the risk
of major repairs in the future, higher insurance premiums and a lower
I plan on driving this car until the wheels fall off.
Then you could consider a salvage title vehicle. But you need to research
the car's history. Something rebuilt from a wreck is a maybe, but you'll
always want to have the rebuilt car inspected by a mechanic before you buy
it. And don't rely on their mechanic to tell you the problems, because
they'll always understate the problem.
Do you think they'll lie about what's wrong?
Not as much as some dealers. At least this dealer is listing the car as a
rebuilt title, instead of trying to pass it off as a perfectly good car.
But you want to get a car history report and mechanic inspection in any
Should I buy a car with a rebuilt title?
If your insurer will insure it, you can afford the insurance rates, get a
good inspection by a third party and are willing to take the risk -- yes,
You're making me concerned about it.
If you know what needs to be done and get all of the necessary checks done,
you could get a dirt cheap vehicle that wasn't ruined in Hurricane Sandy.
So go check it out, but go with your eyes open.
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Used Car Scam (The Today Show)
Today Investigates the Nation's biggest used car scam.
Buying a used car? Don't just take the seller's word about the car's
You can use a car's vehicle identification number (VIN) to get information
including whether the car is stolen or has been in a major accident or a
Since Jan. 30, consumers have been able to research cars through the
National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS), a program of the
U.S. Department of Justice. The online database includes information for
about 73% of the country's auto population, gleaned from state agencies,
junk- and salvage-yard organizations, and insurance companies.
Currently information from 38 states is available, and all states are
required to fully participate by Jan. 1, 2010.
Visit nmvtis.gov, click on one of the listed providers and follow the
prompts. Expect to pay between $2 and $4 for a report, because the
authorizing law required that federal funds not be used for this database.
Used-car reports from commercial companies, like Carfax and Experian's
AutoCheck, have a higher price tag but draw information from a wider
variety of sources.
A single report from AutoCheck costs $14.99 (unlimited access for 60 days
costs $24.99) and includes information from all states as well as from some
sources not found in the NMVTIS database.
When buying a used car, you need to verify the VIN so you are not a victim
of this scam:
Here's How to Find Your Car's VIN
Locate your car's unique DNA - its unique vehicle identification number.
VINs are normally located in several locations on a car, but the most
common places are:
- On the door frame/door post of the front doors (usually driver's but
- On the dash near the windshield
- On the engine itself (machined pad on front of engine)
- On the car's firewall
- In the left-hand inner wheel arch
- On the steering wheel/steering column
- On the radiator support bracket
There is a chart that gives further information (by car line) on both the
location of the VIN plate and which character in your VIN represents your
year of production and specific engine on a used car website, but they have
limited the listings to only import cars since those are the car lines in
which they specialize.
Alternatively, you can call the consumer relations department for the
vehicle manufacturer or visit a local new car dealer and ask for the
location of the VIN
It is often etched into multiple locations on any vehicle.
1989-1998 Mazda MX-5 Miata NA DIY#1 Hard Dog Roll Bar
Well here's the Do It Yourself series for the 89-98 (NA) Mazda MX-5 Miata!
I Did this to help other people because i was in their shoes and turned to
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the videos to really help me in certain areas...
Website based off and reference(&Credit):
Reason to get a Roll Bar:
IT'S A BIG SAFETY AND HEALTH ISSUE! All NA (NB i think?) Doesn't come with
a factory roll bar or any type of protection from the manufacture company.
Meaning that if you roll or flip your or a miata, your head will come in
contact with the ground and be slightly crushed by the weight of the
vehicle. Many Miata owners install a type of roll bar to protect them in an
event of this worst case scenario to happen. There's many brands of roll
bars to choose from. But Hard dog roll bars are a favorite for many miata
users, especially in a sports/racing. Since some Hard dog roll bar products
qualify to be safe in certain track specifcations (via 4-point roll bars).
It's not only just for protection, it also provides chassis stiffness. I
recommend, if buying a used miata without a roll bar, that this should be
top of your list to buy/maintain this car.
Salvage Cars: Salvage Cars for Sale
Salvage cars for sale at http://www.salvagecarsale.com
This wrecked '07 Ford Mustang GT sold for just over $4,000!
Cars and trucks like these are sold every day because they are wrecked,
have a salvage title, or damaged in some way. Usually they can be repaired
to like new and drivable again or used as parts to rebuild another car.
I personally own a salvage title car that was rebuilt, I've had it for over
7 years now and it still runs great! I saved several thousand dollars
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damaged in some way. Usually they can be repaired to like new and drivable
again or used as parts to rebuild another car.