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Anyone know any good website with these?also would you recommend fixing them up and using for personal or are they just better to sell on?

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why is there not a cars thread yet?

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why is there not a cars thread yet?
LOL!
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U want outright buy or bid?For the latter question. More of a personal choice.

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yeah but car related topics pop up all the timelike academia questions kept coming upstudent loans, how much pot noodle do you eat, whats the square root of 3 etc so why no car/ automotives room?

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U want outright buy or bid?For the latter question. More of a personal choice.
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Anyone know any good website with these?also would you recommend fixing them up and using for personal or are they just better to sell on?
on a real i did it a few times over the year and did make some alright doe, kinda harder theses day more people know about hpi check if u are gonna do it worth checking out http://www.s-w-s.co.uk/platinum salvage used to be the one but guys that ran it all went pen??i copped a few cat d stolen recovered so no damaged and its jus a matter of the right person calling u to make money on itonce i bought a mini cooper for £8500, the sold it 2 weeks later to some woman from wales for £11.0000so luck of the draw i wouldn't buy a damaged car to fix and keep especially if it need a jig or is a cat c,plus back the day u could cop a dinger off the youngens and park it off the wait for one to come up damaged then just rape it and move it onoh the good old days, car games kinda dead now
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Is Cat C - Superficial damage and Cat D - Structural ?

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Is Cat C - Superficial damage and Cat D - Structural ?
other wat round cat c in a har crash or a engine fire etccats d can be a stolen recovered most times with keys so its nothing or if a car gets keyed bad and given back to dealercat d most time is minor
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CAT D - means it is repairable and the cost of the REPAIRS is LESS than what the car is WORTH, which is a good thing...CAT C - there is no point in buying a cat C as the REPAIRS cost MORE than what the car is WORTH... unless u REALLY like the car and INTEND on keeping it... otherwise, you WILL just lose profit and money on it...

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I wouldnt reccomend it. Dont think about the current price. think of the safety if such car was involved in an accident. it might not have been repaired to full manufacture standard.

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Anyone know any good website with these?also would you recommend fixing them up and using for personal or are they just better to sell on?
bredrin done this. allot of hidden problems and extra costs. not *always* totally straight forward.
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CAT D - means it is repairable and the cost of the REPAIRS is LESS than what the car is WORTH, which is a good thing...CAT C - there is no point in buying a cat C as the REPAIRS cost MORE than what the car is WORTH... unless u REALLY like the car and INTEND on keeping it... otherwise, you WILL just lose profit and money on it...
Not really.
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CAT D - means it is repairable and the cost of the REPAIRS is LESS than what the car is WORTH, which is a good thing...CAT C - there is no point in buying a cat C as the REPAIRS cost MORE than what the car is WORTH... unless u REALLY like the car and INTEND on keeping it... otherwise, you WILL just lose profit and money on it...
Not really.
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