What does it means Auction Verification – “not specified”?

Not specified usually means that auction itself either DID NOT or COULD NOT check the vehicle for damages, which means you would have to rely strictly on the pictures. Read more

How can I inspect the vehicle before i bid it?

Only registered dealers with that particular auction can inspect the vehicles. Regular public are not allowed for inspections. Most of the time, you would have to guesstimate the damages based on pictures and description of that item. Read more

Can a salvaged car be fixed before shipping? If yes, what are the procedures for that?

  1. See details : Can you tell me how much it would cost to repair a vehicle?
  2. See details : What is the Reconstruction process?

If you meant “reconstruct a salvage title”: Yes, it can. The procedures will vary state by state. Please contact your local DMV or tag agency for more information on how to reconstruct a salvage title in that state.
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How can I see the extent of damage that was repaired?

In most cases you cannot. You would have to really rely on pictures and the damage description to assume the damage. If you wish, you can call our office at (215) 289-0300 and we can try to check if we have any additional information for you. Read more

What does it mean the damage type Water/Flood?

A “flood title” on vehicle details means the car has damage from sitting in water deep enough to fill the engine compartment.
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