Wrecked Damaged Salvage Repairable Awd Vibe Project Easy Fix Deer Damage on 2040-cars
Riverton, West Virginia, United States
Offered For Sale at No Reserve by TED DAVIS & SON REBUILDABLES LLC. (Ted & Seth Davis)
We specialize in clean late model Repairables.
Some Banks will not finance vehicles with Salvage or Rebuilt Titles so please have your funds ready before bidding.
This one has a WV Salvage Title so it will require an inspection by your state's DMV after repairs are made to be registered again for the highway.
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Here we have a hard to find clean low mileage car. It is a 2009 PONTIAC VIBE 4-DR AWD HATCHBACK
These cars are very reliable. The drivetrain is made by Toyota and is shared with the Matrix. We have sold a lot of them in the past and our customers have always liked them for the fuel mileage and AWD traction.
It has light damage to the front end from hitting a deer. The car runs and drives fine and does not have any frame or Suspension damage and the engine and transmission was not touched. I have driven it on the road at 60 MPH plus with no problems. (See Picture)
The car should not be salvage for these easy repairs but the Driver Side Airbag deployed and also both of the Side Curtain airbags in the roof deployed. That is the only reason that we can see the car would have been totaled by the insurance company.
The damage that we see includes a front bumper cover (It might be repairable with only a couple of splits in the plastic) right head lamp, hood, right front fender and some light repair on the right inner apron Also the 2 front tires are worn with less than 1/2 tread remaining.
The rest of the car is very clean and was in great condition before the accident.
The pictures should show it well and we always describe exactly what we know but sometimes it is hard to see or know everything on a wrecked vehicle so if you have any questions, please give us a call at 304-567-2999 or e-mail us on the listing. Also you are more than welcome to come look at the car in person and test drive it if that is feasible for you.
Thanks for looking at our listing and Good Luck bidding. Sincerely, Ted & Seth Davis
Pontiac Vibe for Sale
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