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Old 06-06-2017, 06:01 PM   #61
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I have a license to bid. It's not active for auction yet. But my guess is it will go for way more than I'm willing to bid.


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Old 06-06-2017, 06:19 PM   #62
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what's your guess for what it goes for? Listed value at 53k isnt going to help.
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Got the body shop estimate for my lost wheel side damage 12000 for only body repair. They are going to replace the whole left side panel, but I have to have SMB first remove the interior and then​ reinstall after body shop work. Waiting to get quote from SMB for that, but they didn't seem to want to do the work.
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Old 06-07-2017, 09:18 AM   #64
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Folks, my title should be arriving at the insurance company sometime today (via next day UPS). I imagine it will take them a short time for internal process before bidding is opened. But its getting closer.

I haven't received my check back from insurance. I'll post a full writeup of how the process has gone once that clears.

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Old 06-07-2017, 09:19 AM   #65
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I have a sticker on my windshield that says to torque at 25, 50, 100 and 200 after a service and do it around those numbers.


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Old 06-07-2017, 09:56 AM   #66
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what's your guess for what it goes for? Listed value at 53k isnt going to help.


My guess based on two others in this condition i looked at is $4-6k (one went for $3800, the other & $5800) it's body swap for sure and transfer everything over) Thing to keep in mind is once van is redone it will be worth 60% less with a salvage title. But I have a feeling you want the top for you rig & the sell of the rest.


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Top, front seats and nerf bars. I would pay 4k just for that! its the hassle of the rest of it that poses the problem. Any idea how they got it there with only 3 wheels?
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Top, front seats and nerf bars. I would pay 4k just for that! its the hassle of the rest of it that poses the problem. Any idea how they got it there with only 3 wheels?
Roll-back tow truck most likely. Maybe a Landoll trailer. Either way, it'll need a ride back to where its going, and the auction yards typically require a commercial carrier to haul it off. It's not normally a Bring-A-Trailer situation.

That said, most tow companies will do a pick-up and load-transfer another trailer, for a modest fee.
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They offered to let me figure out the tow situation but I let them call a local yard. In this photo you can see it on the flatbed. Whinching it up into the bed was a pain cause it wanted to ride up the concrete wall. That is how the front wheel got broke? (See images)

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uh. holy rotation batman! how did those go sideways? they look fine on my phone.
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