VIN: JNKCV51E85M203139 condition: fair cylinders: 6 cylinders fuel: gas odometer: 167713 paint color: grey title status: clean transmission: automatic
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Rebuilder - This vehicle was in a fender bender as you can see from the pictures. Perfect for someone who likes to rebuild cars or part it out. It definitely needs a new radiator and support along with other cosmetic and gas gauge doesn't work. We have the original hood to replace the one currently on it though it does have hail damage. Because the radiator needs replaced it is recommended to tow the vehicle. It is a clean title and will have to list as a rebuilder on the sales receipt.
The car has a new full set of tires, brand new Bluetooth stereo, struts, shocks, control arm and alignment all updated around a year ago. There is a back up camera that has not been installed but came with the stereo.
Link to the vin check report. (http://vincheck.report/archive/JNKCV51E85M203139.PDF)
It was involved in a fender bender August 23, 2018. The hood was crinkled and the radiator got pushed into the fan. The radiator needs to be replaced as it is leaking and possibly the fan. The front fender needs to be pulled out or replaced.The gas gauge hasn't work from the time our daughter bought the car. Since it has sat for so long we have to jump it to get it to start and may need a new battery. It really is best to tow it as it won't make it very far under it's current condition.
For those interested, you'll want to come look at it to get a better idea of what you might have to do. If you wanted to replace the items here at our house to make it drivable, we can talk about it.
We have a report from Repair Masters Automotive that could also give you an idea of other things going on with the car. She bought a stereo system with back up camera this last November 2018. Stereo is installed but not the camera. We have the camera you can have as well. December 1, 2017 she bought all new tires. January 6, 2018 the front struts, rear shocks and control arm were all replaced. The car ran well for her until the accident and she decided she wants a different vehicle rather than fixing the front end damage.
We had the car care team from our church look at it who said, "I personally think it might be worth finding a local body shop and getting an estimate. If you find one that is willing to not fix the entire thing but just replace the radiator support and radiator- it might not be all that super expensive. I am guessing though that it will be at least $1000 even then. Something to consider." The car care team just doesn't have the resources to help with this type of situation.
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