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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-30-2019, 05:01 AM Thread Starter
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Salvage CO Elise on IAAI -- SCCPC11116HL30189

If you are bidding on this car it has like 80k miles and was tracked hard.

https://www.iaai.com/Vehicle?itemID=...oadRecent=True

SOLD FOR $10200 final bid plus fees to someone in IN
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-30-2019, 05:23 AM
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i like to keep a list of salvage VINs..

2006 elise, SCCPC11116HL30189

left side front and rear damage, rear left tie rod possibly broken?
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But it includes the spare tire!
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My biggest question is how on earth did they get a rebuilt title for it. To get a rebuilt title in my state you have to actually rebuild the car, pass a safety inspection, prove you actually put new parts on it with receipts, then pass state inspection.

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My biggest question is how on earth did they get a rebuilt title for it. To get a rebuilt title in my state you have to actually rebuild the car, pass a safety inspection, prove you actually put new parts on it with receipts, then pass state inspection.
I would think that the salvage/rebuilt title was before it's current misfortune of ending up on IAAI. I know I had a previous Exige I bought from VA with a rebuilt title from what I was told was clam damage/replacement. So this would become a 2nd rebuild if I was a betting man.

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My biggest question is how on earth did they get a rebuilt title for it. To get a rebuilt title in my state you have to actually rebuild the car, pass a safety inspection, prove you actually put new parts on it with receipts, then pass state inspection.
I would think that the salvage/rebuilt title was before it's current misfortune of ending up on IAAI. I know I had a previous Exige I bought from VA with a rebuilt title from what I was told was clam damage/replacement. So this would become a 2nd rebuild if I was a betting man.
It's not a prior rebuilt. I was going to bid on it and pulled autocheck. It is at 10k prebid now wow!

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Sold for $10200 and most likely was a public sale so that is 11730 plus taxes and internet fees plus transport for a car that is worth maybe 23k. Needed front clam repaired, rear clam replaced, diffuser, headlights and turn signals, top, paint OMG and had 80k with track use. WOW WOW WOW

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this car had 90K miles to be precise...
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