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- March 19, 2007 at 8:39 pm #251328Guest
If you buy from an individual it is an as is sale. i would check with a car dealership, ford, dodge etc…not a tote the note kind of place. dealerships have a certified mechanic on staff & you may be able to get a warranty.
you should be able to get agood vehicle for $10,000.
wrote: I am looking for a used vehicle to replace one that was involved in a
wreck. The one involved in the wreck is a 1982 chevrolet full size
truck. I can still drive it; it has been
wrecked on one side all the
The insurance company made it a salvage vehicle. I will be
getting around $10,250.00 from the insurance company. I have no
experience buying a used vehicle.
The ones we have have been passed
down from family members. I will have only the money from the insurance
company ($10,250.0) to buy a vehicle and plan to pay cash for it. I
have no extra money to make payments.
Is it better to buy from an
individual that owns the vehicle he is selling or to buy from a car
dealer? Will the car dealers give you a discount for paying cash and
how much would the taxes, etc. I would have to pay extra for from a
I live in N.C. Any advice anyone can give me will be
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