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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by salvageking, Sep 20, 2019.
Buyer Beware, Scam car on Copart
PSA Copart lot # 32227518 is a scam
Watching thread, curious what the final sales price will be
Must be a good car or just a really aggressive bid war... already up to $27,250. I see it going easily above $30k and then costing $35k with all the fees and then shipping.
Not that hot of a deal considering there is no warranty on just an expensive car nor will insurance companies cover collision insurance on it.
$29,750 as of right now! way to high!
Good luck getting any salvaged Model 3 at that price. The parts are worth FAR more than that. Your comment is laughable. Whether or not this salvage is worth $20K depends on too many factors like the condition of the drive unit, battery, and other electronics but the thought that it would sell at $5,000 is absurd.
Looks like it's at $31k now. You can get a used Model S for just a little bit more...
Was at $35k just before it gets sold. Is there any way to find the auction price?
None of those were claims of run and drive vehicles
Right on the nose. This car is a parts only salvage job you could make money one piece at a time. 5K max.