Loved the gusto and the presentation of the sale until I got to that little tidbit about the rebuilt title. Ouch, I sure hope for you that you didn't pay more than a couple grand for it when it was totaled. Because any discerning buyer won't spend more than that for something with a rebuilt title, but good luck.
Ok Guys,, I purchased the truck out of a ins. auction in Aspen Colorado, I dont know why they labeled the truck as a total Loss there was NO FRAME DAMAGE, it was hit high in the taillights, dented the back of the cab and a few dents on the passenger doors, The Truck has all the original panels except the Bed, tailgate and bumpers, This truck Runs and Drives Like NEW! The Doors open and close with 2 fingers. If this truck was twisted you wouldn't be able to do that. I'm a very honest person and I want any interested party to be fully aware of there purchase.
I think your close on the price but Unfortunately it's going to be a hard sale with a rebuilt title. I bought and sold a 88 K5 blazer with rebuilt title that was in excellent condition. It was priced the same as a rust bucket junker because of the title.....
Good luck OP, it looks great in the pictures but it will be a struggle to get people to overcome the fact that it's a salvaged title... Did you do all of the work or do you have paperwork from a repair shop itemizing the damage and repairs done? Could help your cause quite a bit.
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