1995 Honda Passport -- Salvage Title Question

Discussion in 'Passport' started by ajpdla, Dec 18, 2004.

  1. ajpdla

    ajpdla Guest

    This car was estimated at $6,100 at the time of total loss. Paid my $500.00
    deductible. Paid $700.00 to keep vehicle. Vehicle has now been repaired.
    How much can I expect to get for this vehicle at sale being it now has the
    "reconstructed" title. Someone told me I should be able to get at least 70%
    of the original value at total; to wit, c. $4,200.00. Is this true?

    The damage, limited to the driver's side front, has all been repaired. The
    alignment was unaffected by the accident. Most repairs were cosmetic.
    Car's been repainted. All new sheet metal (aftermarket parts). Looks same
    as before accident. TIA.

    ajpdla, Dec 18, 2004
  2. ajpdla

    SoCalMike Guest

    youll get less than a similar year/mileage passport that has a "clean"
    title. what do '95 passports sell for in your area?
    SoCalMike, Dec 18, 2004
  3. ajpdla

    ajpdla Guest

    I've seen them anywhere from $3,995 to $6,000. Assuming clear title on
    these prices.
    ajpdla, Dec 18, 2004
  4. Should've taken the settlement instead........

    Do not write below this line. Reserved for me.
    He Hate Retard and Moron, Dec 20, 2004
  5. ajpdla

    ajpdla Guest

    Not after the work I did inside the motor. This puppy's golden. I made out
    fine on this deal. Thanks, though.
    I don't usually get sentimental about cars and the like; but I did do a nice
    rehaul of the engine. And, being as nothing was affected on that end, and
    the excellent deal I got to repair the sheet metal, to me, it was a no
    brainer. Mind you, I'm not even really thinking about getting rid of the
    car. I just wanted to know for my own edification.

    ajpdla, Dec 20, 2004
  6. Really depends. There many people who would not even consider a car with
    a salvage title. So you have a much smaller number of potential buyers.
    If I was you, I would just keep the car since it cost you so little.
    Alex Rodriguez, Dec 22, 2004
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