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Discussion in 'Swap Meet' started by Brandon Downey, Jan 7, 2018.
Current Bid: $2,850 USD
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Kind of looks like a Texas state flag? I could be wrong
Yes, that is the Tx flag and the seal on the fender.
Idk bout this site because it d nt tell you why it's up for sale
Looks like it's been on it's side. Left mirror, shift linkage, scarred up swing arm, ripped of plate bracket, left rear tail light, chewed up paint on rear fender. Who knows what else is messed up ? Salvage title ?
Copart appears to be a salvage yard, or auction business of some sort. Check out their site. An awful lot of damaged vehicles listed.
Definitely seen better days
Yeah I wasn't crazy about the paint either, but hadn't seen one like it so thought I would share. Copart is an insurance auction site. Most of the bikes are flood damage or totalled in an accident. Been thinking about buying some and parting them out or putting them back on the road with a salvage title. Gotta do more homework though, may not be a good investment. It sure would be fun to me though.
Copart, Inc., founded in 1982 by Willis J. Johnson, began as a single salvage yard in California. Now headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Copart is a global leader in online vehicle auctions, and a premier destination for the resale and remarketing of vehicles. Copart’s innovative technology and online auction platform links buyers and sellers around the world. Copart currently operates more than 200 locations in 11 countries, and has over 125,000 vehicles up for auction every day.
Copart makes it easy for Members to find, bid and win the vehicles that they are looking for. Members can choose from classics, early and late model cars and trucks, industrial vehicles and more. We have more than 8,000 acres of land to house our extensive inventory, and we sell over two million vehicles globally each year. Copart has something for everyone: dismantlers, body shops, salvage buyers, dealers and individual consumers, and as a global online vehicle auction company, Copart puts the power to bid and win into your hands.
To bad they wouldn't show the final bid.
Probably have to be a member that can purchase to see that.