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Old 03-16-2010, 04:03 PM
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That is going to depend upon how they do the numbers. If they value the car at X and offer 70% of that and then offer a buy back at 25%. It would depend upon the records the owner can produce to show the cars value based on repairs. A friend of mine just went through this. Older car, clean, LOTS of recent work. In the end they wanted too much for the buy back, so he cut his losses and took the check.

I know this does not help you at all.

Have your client ask to buy it back.

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Originally Posted by compress ignite View Post
Heck ,that's an OM606,I'll give you a couple of hundred for the engine/transmission.
That's a bargain right there.
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