Does any one know how to sell a wrecked car

Asked by kag814 Feb 10, 2011 at 07:50 PM about the 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier LS Sport Coupe FWD

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I just got in a wreck with my car this weekend in the front end. Bumper,
hood, windshield and air bags need replaced. Car still drives. Just put new
tires on it 2 months ago, engine still good and the rest of car.

5 Answers

1,875

sell it on Craigslist or ebay -- someone out there needs it and wants it -- we have local insurance wrecked cars auctions here -- you could check on that

245

i'll buy it....depends how much you want for it

245

is the rad support bent? Is it considered totalled? i just want it for parts

I believe it is slightly. If you want to come look at it before you make a offer .. please do.

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