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Discussion in '360/430' started by stokpro, Mar 13, 2010.

  1. pilotoCS

    pilotoCS Formula 3
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    Right. That's why you hire a PPI.
     
  2. Mikestradale

    Mikestradale Formula 3
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    Short review video of the Michael sheehan car #137475

     
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  3. freshmeat

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    #10053 freshmeat, Nov 7, 2019
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    Excuse the nerb/dumb question but can a salvage-titled car be insured in california?
     
  4. dustman

    dustman F1 Rookie

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    video has no mention of accident or repairs, unless i missed that section.
     
  5. dsevo

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    It’s mentioned (downplayed) at the end of their written ad on their website. They only show one picture of the damage.
     
  6. dustman

    dustman F1 Rookie

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    Yes, I just inquired.
     
  7. jason1st

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    That damage doesn’t look bad at all. That car has a salvage title?
     
  8. dsevo

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    My 360 was totaled with much less damage.
     
  9. jason1st

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    Sheesh.
     
  10. Dbacr

    Dbacr Karting
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    At this price, it seems like a smokin deal for a car you can drive the wheels off.
     
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  11. Oengus

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    Yeah I agree, This is a super buy for someone that wants a driver. You could probably load up the miles and not lose a bunch.
     
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  12. dsevo

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    Yeah, great deal assuming it was put back together right. I’ve never heard of the shop that they claim rebuilt it, and my google searches don’t reveal much.
     
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  13. freshmeat

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    Ya, true to a certain degree I guess...something tells me it'll probably be equally tricky, if not more, to unload a salvaged car, especially if non-storied cars already take awhile to find a home, logic tells me any storied ones will take x more time and effort, not less.

    I just called my insurance co and they won't insure a salvaged ferrari...wonk wonk will have to find another company that would and not sure what that looks like.
     
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  14. ttforcefed

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  15. Nine9Three

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    Regardless of what Chris Harris says, the owner of this CS prefers it over the Scud. I would have to agree.
     
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  16. dsevo

    dsevo Formula Junior

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    Any other info out there on the Sheehan car? Obviously an inspection would be the only way to know whether it’s a good car, but trying to decide if it’s even worth the effort.

    Based on my research, it appears to be owned by a long time Fchat member.
     
  17. dustman

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    Great video for those of us interested in CS and Scud.
     
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  18. supratime

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    Get your PP In the game. inspect it yourself- u can’t trust a PPI these days IMO. It’s not worth the legal issues to do them. Shrug
     
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  19. brookliner7

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    There has to be a reason they did not rebuild the title...wanna take a guess why they did not?

    Odd that it got a salvage title issued in 2O15.

    With salvage its always a cash deal car (no financing) and good luck getting more than liability insurance on your $120k car if you crash it. (Like its previous owners)

    Makes more sense spend a bit more to get a non-storied car.
     
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  20. LightGuy

    LightGuy Three Time F1 World Champ
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    #10070 LightGuy, Nov 12, 2019
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    https://www.challenge-stradale.com/137475.html




    I saw and drove that car years ago in Dallas. A Russian guy owned it.
    Some of the parts like radiators are not original.
    Owner said they were "better".
    Who knows ?
     
  21. dustman

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    Thx....haven't found the time to try and then find reputable for a PPI
     
  22. ttforcefed

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  23. Oz-ATL

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    seems like a damn good buy at $177k all in.
     
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  24. grudk

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    I think it’s fair market now. I was one of the high bidders. Same seller noted they sold one with 3k miles for just over 200 recently.
     
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  25. pilotoCS

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    Regarding insurance; are you sure this is true? Even with the specialty/collector car insurance companies that have "agreed upon value"?
     

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