Originally Posted by cdubb
I'd recommend not getting one that's been in a major accident. Though I know ICBC auctions off cars that have been wrecked, and a surgeon in Prince George bought a Lamborghini to rebuild.
You can get reliable cars that have been not abused. I find don't buy from a younger male because they drive vehicles harder.
Before I moved this summer I sold my 2005 Honda accord coupe with 50,000 KM for $9500.
Definitely not in the case of a major accident. Mine was hit over the passenger front wheel and re-built by a body shop for the owner's son. After a few months that shop sold it to me.
My dad and uncle used to re-build their own cars so I've had pre-wrecked vehicles around me all my life. I've always liked the cost benefit of going this route. But like everything else if you ask for trouble then you might get what you deserve.
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