Sources for finding salvage cars for sale include Insurance Auto Auctions and Salvage Bid. A wide range of vehicles located across the country are available for sale at the companies' websites. Customers can bid online f... More »

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Find salvage cars for sale by auction on sites such as Copart, Salvage Bid, eRepairables and eBay. Each site requires users to create an account in order to verify buyer identity and process payments for winning bids ele... More »

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To find salvaged vehicles for sale, visit Automotix.net, BidMate.com or SalvageAuto.com. All three websites list salvaged vehicles for sale at a set price and allow users to participate in salvaged vehicle auctions. More »

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Find salvage cars for sale by auction on sites such as Copart, Salvage Bid, eRepairables and eBay. Each site requires users to create an account in order to verify buyer identity and process payments for winning bids ele... More »

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Buy crashed cars, commonly referred to as salvage cars, online through sites such as eRepairables, eBay, Salvage Bid and Craigslist. The cars on these sites have been deemed financially unworthy of repairs by an insuranc... More »

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You can find salvage cars for sale at salvage auctions, your local Craigslist, salvage yards and on eBay. Salvage cars come with a salvage title and may need to be inspected and re-titled before being driven on the stree... More »

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Used, damaged cars exist for sale across the country at Insurance Auto Auctions Inc. locations and online at AutoWorldofAmerica.com, SalvageBid.com, ProSalvage.com and eBay.com, as of 2015. Users on IAAI.com can search f... More »

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