Up for auction is a very clean 2010 Honda Civic EX sedan with front end collision damage.
It will need all the front end parts that bolt on and a radiator support welded back in place too. The cooling will all need replaced as well. The left front frame horn will have to be straightened back out too.
This Civic starts right up and moves around on the lot good but it does have some vibration due to the right side rubber motor mount being damaged. It doesn't appear to have damaged the engine...it just popped out of place during the impact...There is a photo of the mount where we circled it in black.
The car inside is really clean and everything works good too. The tires are almost brand new Goodyears 205-55-16". The doors all open and close good and the front wheels are right in place as they should be and it steers just fine. The sunroof glass works perfectly as well.
On the drivers side on the very top of the transmission there is a tower type alluminum mount there and it will need welded back in place but it didn't get into the inside of the case...it's only a 3 bolt place that will easily repair by weld and then finish with a rotary wheel to finish it up. This is real common on these Civic's to break there. I tried to take a photo of it but it's real hard to see without removing the battery and plastic parts around it.
The front windshield glass is not broken. We priced all the bolt on parts new aftermarket and they were right at $1,500 and a drivers side air bag was $200.00
This would really make someone a nice family car to have and save thousands over other 2010's that might be for sale. We have it on our sale list for $6,200. The title is a Arkansas Salvage title and is negotiable in all U.S. 48 states. It is on file with no liens.
Payment: The winning bidder must place a $500 deposit within 24 hours after the close of auction and the balance is due in 5 business days. We accept paypal or visa/master over the phone for the deposit and balance by bank-wire or cash in person.
We try and disclose as much as we know about our auctions and there could be something we missed but not intentionally since it is a damaged vehicle.
This car will load easily on a transport truck or trailer if you would need to ship it that way. We will be glad to store it here if you are traveling to pick up the car and there would be no storage charges for the first 30 days.
We reserve to end the auction at anytime as the car is for sale on the lot.
For any information call 501-771-2772 We are located in North Little Rock, Arkansas
Thanks for bidding and good luck.
Honda Civic for Sale
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