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Old 08-20-2013, 01:41 AM   #1
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Is copart.com real

Is this copart salvaged vehicle website real?
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Old 08-20-2013, 01:51 AM   #2
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It's real
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Old 08-20-2013, 01:52 AM   #3
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How does it work bro?
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My friend used to buy cars from that website and fix them up and sell them . That was a while ago tho. You have to have an account with them , which you pay for I think. And then you can bid on cars online .
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Old 08-20-2013, 01:58 AM   #5
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Thks bro ima give it a try
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Ok good luck
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Its real but its not as easy as just logging in and bidding. If you are not licensed to buy salvage vehicles like this you have to pay a fee/commission to a place that is to basically buy the vehicle for you. Also anything nice will get bid up. I mean there are deals to be had and you can fix/flip if you are good at it, give it a shot if you are feeling froggy.
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How do I get a license?in nevada
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Its not worth it for a single individual. Read the FAQ on Copart. You can pay a licensed salvage dealer to buy in your stead.
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You can get license from the city a business license . Then u can buy them. Or go to a shop who has a license and let's you use it to purchase a car from there .
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Its not worth it for a single individual. Read the FAQ on Copart. You can pay a licensed salvage dealer to buy in your stead.
How much is that one?

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You can get license from the city a business license . Then u can buy them. Or go to a shop who has a license and let's you use it to purchase a car from there .
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You can get license from the city a business license . Then u can buy them. Or go to a shop who has a license and let's you use it to purchase a car from there .
A big NO on buying a license. Unless you want to start sending taxes to the Feds and the State your in residence.
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Is this copart salvaged vehicle website real?
Real quick, you can go to the site and look-up the dealers. The first four alphabetically were in the $200-$225 range. BUT that doesn't include shipping.
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Real quick, you can go to the site and look-up the dealers. The first four alphabetically were in the $200-$225 range. BUT that doesn't include shipping.
Love how someone has to spoon feed the information to him after I told him to go look on the copart website for all the info he needs which they have listed for anyone to read.

Gotta pay the dealer fee, gotta ship a vehicle that isn't local or even if it is a lot of the time it won't be driveable out of there due to legal or mechanical reasons. Then there is the issue of can you get a clear title for it and if not how much money can you get out of it with a rebuilt title etc... IMO Copart is great for ppl looking for donor cars or long term projects. If you are good and have a shop and know what you are doing I'm not saying you can't make money but it isn't as easy as it looks in the beginning.
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Love how someone has to spoon feed the information to him after I told him to go look on the copart website for all the info he needs which they have listed for anyone to read.

Gotta pay the dealer fee, gotta ship a vehicle that isn't local or even if it is a lot of the time it won't be driveable out of there due to legal or mechanical reasons. Then there is the issue of can you get a clear title for it and if not how much money can you get out of it with a rebuilt title etc... IMO Copart is great for ppl looking for donor cars or long term projects. If you are good and have a shop and know what you are doing I'm not saying you can't make money but it isn't as easy as it looks in the beginning.
As one of our Northern Friends so elegantly put it to me, I shall send the comment your way. Go eat a bowl of dicks.
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Not smart enough to realize that comment was not directed at you? Ok lol.
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Not smart enough to realize that comment was not directed at you? Ok lol.
In that case, you may substitute Cheerios.
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No license no problem..
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Like I said, ALL on the website if ppl would look...
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