Rebuilds are Junk

Cleveland, GA

#23 Nov 3, 2008
All rebuilt cars are junk! Why would you put your family in a rebuild car? You Driving down the road in a rebuild,a wheel falls off because somebody thought they were as good as the manufacture forgot to put all the bolts back where they should be,you wreck,kill your children or someone else you love,would that be worth saving $1000.00 or $6000.00 I don't thank so!
lin

Somerset, KY

#24 Nov 3, 2008
kens auto sales hazard he buys from a man in bar. and i have got a truck and a car no problems at all great cars an very well price number in the book
sucker

Lexington, KY

#25 Nov 3, 2008
Rebuilds are Junk wrote:
All rebuilt cars are junk! Why would you put your family in a rebuild car? You Driving down the road in a rebuild,a wheel falls off because somebody thought they were as good as the manufacture forgot to put all the bolts back where they should be,you wreck,kill your children or someone else you love,would that be worth saving $1000.00 or $6000.00 I don't thank so!
there are alot of professional builders around, if you don't want a rebuilt then don't buy one. The ones I know of give you a warranty and if something goes wrong within that time, they fix it. Also, a wheel isn't going ot fall off when you drive it if the builder is someone of any kind of intelligence what so ever. Plus the ones I know drive the cars and make sure they are road ready so sounds like you need to stick with paying the high price of brand new. Some people are too good to drive rebuilds. Kindof like too good to wear Walmart clothes. So stick with what you want and let the rest of us keep our standards down and priorities in order, we have to think about the future and making it.
proudowner

Lexington, KY

#26 Nov 3, 2008
I drive rebuilds and wouldn't drive anything else. I have never had a problem with any of them and have bought off a couple people here in London. They have all been built good as new and when I look at car lot prices and new prices, I am thankful that I saved that much money. I don't care if my autos have salvage titles because I am going to drive the auto and If I don't care then its none of no ones business! Rebuilds are great!!
got milk

Somerset, KY

#27 Nov 3, 2008
hey you have to know that they sell good title cars that have been salavage and i have one most all cars are salavage even on the car lots they have them as trade ins i know alot in corbin that sells only good title cars and they have all been salavaged you just dont know even my car 2008 impala lt had 802 miles when i got it now it has 4000 and i have had no bad luck just ask ? when you go buy i saw it before it was fixed and it has a good title trust me it was a salavage car and i could sell it today with a good title and no one would no
I drive rebuilts

Somerset, KY

#28 Nov 3, 2008
You can call Kens Auto Sales at six o six six two four three eight six three he has some realy nice G6 2007 gt nice car and a 2006 impala lt that I know off im sure he has more I have got cars from him four the last 5 years and he stands behind all his cars he will take care of you I know he would love to help you out and you will buy all your cars there when you but the first one.And where can u get a 07 g6 gt for 6500 I could not beat it any where it had 37000 miles like new.
Rebuils are Junk

Cleveland, GA

#29 Nov 3, 2008
sucker wrote:
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there are alot of professional builders around, if you don't want a rebuilt then don't buy one. The ones I know of give you a warranty and if something goes wrong within that time, they fix it. Also, a wheel isn't going ot fall off when you drive it if the builder is someone of any kind of intelligence what so ever. Plus the ones I know drive the cars and make sure they are road ready so sounds like you need to stick with paying the high price of brand new. Some people are too good to drive rebuilds. Kindof like too good to wear Walmart clothes. So stick with what you want and let the rest of us keep our standards down and priorities in order, we have to think about the future and making it.
"Sucker" I hope you have good life Ins.and your family is prayed up!
rebuilds are safe

Mayfield, KY

#30 Nov 3, 2008
so i guess you bought a rebuit vehicle, drove it down the road and the wheel fell off and you killed you familly right, i dont think so, rebuilt cars and trucks are just as reliable as a new one, depending on who rebuilt it, your just too ignorant to realize it, some people amaze me
Rebuilds are Junk wrote:
All rebuilt cars are junk! Why would you put your family in a rebuild car? You Driving down the road in a rebuild,a wheel falls off because somebody thought they were as good as the manufacture forgot to put all the bolts back where they should be,you wreck,kill your children or someone else you love,would that be worth saving $1000.00 or $6000.00 I don't thank so!
Rebuils are Junk

Cleveland, GA

#31 Nov 3, 2008
Shut up!Go out and look at the piece of junk you have.Your the Ignorant one for falling for souch crap, as rebuilt cars and trucks are just as reliable as a new one, depending on who rebuilt it.I don't care who rebuilds them,they are junk!Yes I can drive cars and trucks that are not rebuilds..I DON'T HAVE TO! Put that in your pipe and smoke it.
Crying Shame

Hudson, OH

#32 Nov 3, 2008
If you get a car that needs a bumper or fender or headlight ect. it's no differnt from any other car you see on the road thats beat up. It dosn't make them junk. However, there sometimes are problems with cars that have been "clipped" this meaning 2 cars cut into and pieced back together to make 1 car.(for ex. cutting a good front half off and a good rear half off and welding them together, or cutting the top off of a "rolled" car and welding on a good top) I can see how those types of rebuilt cars could be considered dangerous. However a car that has a rebuilt title is no different than any other car as long as theres been no serious damage.(frame damage, etc.)
You can have a car thats never been wrecked and it have a rebuilt title.(for ex. if the title has ever been junked to avoid paying taxes, when you un-junk it you get a new title. it will state rebuilt.) The main thing in buying rebuilt cars is to know what damages it had and what repairs where made, and staying away from "clipped" cars. Most respectful rebuilders make before and after pictures. If you find one like I did that only needed the fender, you buy the fender put in on your self not a hard job i may add. Then you know what you have, what damage it had, how it was fixed, and you'll know it's going to make you a good safe car. If you need assured of the cars reputation, do a carfax on then vin# so you can call the person who owned it last. They usually are more than happy to tell you about the car.
Crying Shame

Hudson, OH

#33 Nov 3, 2008
p.s the taxes and transfer on a rebuilt car,are less than half that of one that isn't. so theres a little more money in your pocket.

And the insurance company could care less if a car has been rebuilt or not so rates aren't any higher.
proudowner

Lexington, KY

#34 Nov 3, 2008
Rebuils are Junk wrote:
Shut up!Go out and look at the piece of junk you have.Your the Ignorant one for falling for souch crap, as rebuilt cars and trucks are just as reliable as a new one, depending on who rebuilt it.I don't care who rebuilds them,they are junk!Yes I can drive cars and trucks that are not rebuilds..I DON'T HAVE TO! Put that in your pipe and smoke it.
no one really cares!! Drive on in what you want and we will drive what we want and save money.
rebuilds are safe

Mayfield, KY

#35 Nov 3, 2008
well my car has been rebuilt, and i guarantee its just as reliable as yours, and that you couldnt tell its been rebuilt, and its nicer then your car, so shove that in your a$$ and screw it
Rebuils are Junk wrote:
Shut up!Go out and look at the piece of junk you have.Your the Ignorant one for falling for souch crap, as rebuilt cars and trucks are just as reliable as a new one, depending on who rebuilt it.I don't care who rebuilds them,they are junk!Yes I can drive cars and trucks that are not rebuilds..I DON'T HAVE TO! Put that in your pipe and smoke it.
Rebuilds are Junk

Cleveland, GA

#36 Nov 3, 2008
rebuilds are safe wrote:
well my car has been rebuilt, and i guarantee its just as reliable as yours, and that you couldnt tell its been rebuilt, and its nicer then your car, so shove that in your a$$ and screw it
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Ditto Stupid
previous buyer

Lexington, KY

#37 Nov 3, 2008
london wrote:
looking for rebuilt vehicles...anyone have any suggestions of where is the best place to go...? would like to purchase one..
Eddie's auto sales on west 80 is great... i've bought 2 cars from him in the last year... one for me and one for my grandma... never had a problem with them... that's all i buy is rebuilts... cheap and if you go somewhere good (like eddie's) you get just as good quality out of them as you do a new one... they're pretty descent on their prices too... some you can buy wrecked and some you can buy fixed and ready 2 go... the people that do the work on them are really close friends to my family also and i know eddie pretty good as well and they definitely make sure everything is done right... they are good moral people
previous buyer

Lexington, KY

#38 Nov 3, 2008
Crying Shame wrote:
If you get a car that needs a bumper or fender or headlight ect. it's no differnt from any other car you see on the road thats beat up. It dosn't make them junk. However, there sometimes are problems with cars that have been "clipped" this meaning 2 cars cut into and pieced back together to make 1 car.(for ex. cutting a good front half off and a good rear half off and welding them together, or cutting the top off of a "rolled" car and welding on a good top) I can see how those types of rebuilt cars could be considered dangerous. However a car that has a rebuilt title is no different than any other car as long as theres been no serious damage.(frame damage, etc.)
You can have a car thats never been wrecked and it have a rebuilt title.(for ex. if the title has ever been junked to avoid paying taxes, when you un-junk it you get a new title. it will state rebuilt.) The main thing in buying rebuilt cars is to know what damages it had and what repairs where made, and staying away from "clipped" cars. Most respectful rebuilders make before and after pictures. If you find one like I did that only needed the fender, you buy the fender put in on your self not a hard job i may add. Then you know what you have, what damage it had, how it was fixed, and you'll know it's going to make you a good safe car. If you need assured of the cars reputation, do a carfax on then vin# so you can call the person who owned it last. They usually are more than happy to tell you about the car.
Actually "clipped" cars aren't bad at all if the people working on it have some sense... i bought a cobalt at eddie's auto sales like i said in the previous post and it was a "clipped" car as you call it and i've never had any trouble... it's just as safe as any other... never had any leaks or problem with the frame or anything... you can look at it and can't even tell it even if you crawl under it you can't tell... i've been under that car a many of a time because i change my own oil and i have yet to find the seem... but it's just as good, reliable, and safe as if i went and rolled a new one off the lot today... also it's pretty cool to get one that has been "clipped" because now i have a custom car because it has all of the features of an lt and says lt and everything but the front end was an ls so that's how the vin # reads it so my insurance is cheaper than it would be on the lt... so no body in town has one exactly like mine... it has custom wheels and everything... it's pretty nice actually
Daddy Girl

Cleveland, GA

#39 Nov 3, 2008
Billy smith in gray ky is great and reasonable priced little farther to go but worth the drive.my mom and dad both got theres there next month is my birthday my dads gonna take me there and get me one.
Joker

Madisonville, KY

#40 Nov 3, 2008
I have drove a rebuilt vehicle for 11 years now. People are nuts to go and spend what they're asking on a car lot. My vehicle has over 200, 000 miles on it and is still going strong.When it dies on me, I'll get another rebuilt one, guaranteed.
london

Elyria, OH

#41 Nov 3, 2008
I appreciate everyone's good input! and advice. I have purchased one...I'm excited about it. I had it checked over before purchasing..everything was good..they even said whoever did the rebuild work did a great job!

thanks to all
Rebuilds are Junk

Cleveland, GA

#42 Nov 4, 2008
london wrote:
I appreciate everyone's good input! and advice. I have purchased one...I'm excited about it. I had it checked over before purchasing..everything was good..they even said whoever did the rebuild work did a great job!
thanks to all
"they even said whoever did the rebuild work did a great job! Who Is THEY

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