Date: 10 Feb 2003 06:40:49 -0700
From: andrewunix <agreenbunopsamnet>
Subject: Re: If it were me, and I wanted the car at a Fair Market Value price

Sun, 9 Feb 2003 17:45:31 +0000 (UTC), suggested: :> I'd try to find out who the insurance company was and negotiate with :> them. If they sell the car at auction, they pay someone to prep it, :> transport it, an aution fee, etc... :> :> They'll know what they're likely to get for it. But if they insist on :> dumping it, find out where the sale will be held and locate a :> wholesaler that can buy it for you. I bought my '99 from a whalesaler :> through ebay. The buyer gave me his card and told me if I wanted :> another car someday to call him. That can be risky when the car is :> obtained sight unseen. But in your case, you know the car. Find a :> wholesaler, tell him what you'll pay, or offer hin a buyers fee over a :> wholesale price you're willing to pay, and see if he can get it for :> you. For him, it's a quick deal, and $ in his pocket if he doesn't :> have to sell it somewhere else. You may actually get the same car at :> dealer cost. :> : Sorry, but does that ramble actually pertain to anything on this newsgroup? Yep. He was replying to a previous poster who was trying to buy his car at end of lease for fair market value instead of the end of lease purchase price. -- agreenbu Return to Main Index

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