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Parting Out Motorcycles: A Profitable Side Gig

One of the absolute best uses of a salvage auction is as a source for parts. Aftermarket or OEM parts are cost-prohibitive; sometimes using them to make significant repairs on a motorcycle or scooter can cost more than replacing it with a running vehicle of the same model and year. To save customers and garages money, many people look to salvage parts for repairing needs. Bikes that are largely intact can be located fairly easily and used to make major repairs or replacements. Read more

Sink or Swim: Buying a Salvage Boat

Boating is a great activity for personal relaxation or taking the whole family on an adventure. If you frequent a lake or dock and look enviously at all the boat owners, be aware that there is a cheaper option for getting a piece of some water-based fun of your own.

Salvage boats are a great opportunity to buy a recreational boat at a bargain price. If you have never owned a boat before or are looking to add a side project, buying a salvage boat can help you get afloat at a fraction of the usual price. Read more

Used Autos Can Offer an Excellent Deal for Any Car Buyer

A car may be an essential for modern life, but it can also be a source of enjoyment and luxury. There’s no denying the thrill of driving a new auto off the lot, with the smell of the fresh interior set to the purr of a finely tuned engine, but this pleasure comes at an expense. A brand new car is a pricey proposition, and it’s an unfortunate fact that it will lose up to a third of its resale value the second you drive it away. Read more

Search For Used & Salvage Ford F-150 at Online Auto Auction

The F-150 was introduced in 1975 as another model in the Ford’s enormously successful line of full-size pickup trucks and its initial role was to circumvent emission restrictions. The F-150 won numerous Truck of the Year and Best Pickup Truck awards given by Motor trend and Car and Driver magazines, respectively.

It has actually been the bestselling vehicle in the United States for the past 24 years, always outselling its rivals such as Chevrolet Silverado 1500, Toyota Tundra, Dodge Ram 1500 and Nissan Titan.

 

It can be purchased in several different cab designs in both 2-door and 4-door configurations.

The eighth generation of Ford F-150 is by far the most popular one, especially the 2006 model year. The engine choices include the entry level 4.0-liter V6, two V8 engines and a flex-fuel version of the larger V8 engine.

Ford F-150 owners praise it for its durability, ruggedness, extraordinary towing capacities, classy interior and an immensely long list of options.

The F-150 comes in numerous trim levels and special editions such as the SVT Lightning which is more of a full-blown muscle car than a pickup truck or the Raptor which handles all off-road adventures like nobody’s business.

The most successful and sought after trim level is the XLT and owners of this highly successful pickup truck usually prefer it in white, black or red. Most pre-owned examples of the F-150 are characterized by the common price range between $2,000 and $13,000 at online auto auction.

Some may point out that it is slightly heavier than its competitors, so it is not actually the best in class in terms of fuel efficiency. The 2006 F-150 has been involved in several minor recalls concerning its lighting and communication systems. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave it a “good” overall rating for both frontal and side impact crash tests. The F-150 was also given the Top Safety Pick award by the IIHS.

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Posted by RideSafely.com on Monday, December 19, 2016

 

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How to Spot a Deal on an Online Motorcycle Auction

Like any auction system, with online motorcycle auctions some listings will be better than others. Knowing how to differentiate between a hidden gold mine and a money pit is crucial. Since many online listings only have photos, you will have to develop a skill for spotting problem bikes and identifying gems or easy fixes. Here are some strategies for finding salvage motorcycles that you will not regret buying. Read more