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Old 05-30-13, 06:03 AM   #1
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Default 2008 ISF on Autotrader, 23,990$....rebuilt title.

Don't know if anyone has seen this. If I was better equipped to buy an ISF I would (stupid credit )

But it seems legit minus seeing a carfax or pictures of it before hand?


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You are looking at a 2008 Lexus IS-F in excellent condition, inside and out. It has 65k original miles and is a very rare color package. t. What you don t see is this car was involved in a minor fender bender. We replaced the front & rear bumper, headlights , grille, and repainted the damaged area to match. Also, the CarFax shows no other accidents, no airbag deployment, or no frame damage, so that is a positive. The car will come with a Rebuilt/Salvage Title (due to the history) that can be easily titled in all states. Check with your local agency to see what is required. Most banks will finance a car with a Salvage/Rebuilt Title, just check with your bank for details. If you need to get a bank to do a loan, just ask, as we have a list of them that will do so with great rates. So, don t miss out, as this is listed $10,000 below retail give us a call before someone else does. In closing my prices are set so if you are wanting to call for a lower deal, we don t negotiate as these cars sell within 5-14 days. WE SHIP WORLDWIDE!
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Old 05-30-13, 06:14 AM   #2
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I would stay away.
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Would be great for some 24 year old kid that makes 50k a year and wants to look "rich".

Or a track car...
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I would stay away.
meh. My 03 LS430 was in an accident, front pass side. A few pieces needed to be replaced. Along with lights and the such....nothing was wrong with it.

As long as its a good shop, and it can hold an alignment, and there are not huge gaps between panels, I would be ok with it.
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Old 05-30-13, 06:43 AM   #5
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I would want to see the pics from the accident as well as who repaired the car. The pictures also look like they are trying to hide things.
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I would want to see the pics from the accident as well as who repaired the car. The pictures also look like they are trying to hide things.
True. That's all I would want as well. I highly doubt they are trying to hide anything.


There is a show on some channel....forget which I think CNN late night? And its a show about flipping cars from junk yards to make money. Could just be that sorta thing, company buys low and fixes what is needed and sells for a profit.

If I had to guess they have about 14k of their own money into it. So about a 10k profit can be made.
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True. That's all I would want as well. I highly doubt they are trying to hide anything.


There is a show on some channel....forget which I think CNN late night? And its a show about flipping cars from junk yards to make money. Could just be that sorta thing, company buys low and fixes what is needed and sells for a profit.

If I had to guess they have about 14k of their own money into it. So about a 10k profit can be made.
If you have the mechanical know-how, then yes, possibly... but trying to sell a "refurbished" ISF with a salvaged or rebuilt title for a profit sounds like a risky investment to me. I am sure some good deals can be had with cars that have branded titles, but unless I was looking for a track car or a beater pickup or something to use for trips to the hardware store, I would not buy a car that had been rebuilt or salvaged.

I'm sure someone will pick this car up though.
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why would it be coming with a salvage/rebuilt title if it was in a "minor fender bender"? Stay the hell away.
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Would be great for some 24 year old kid that makes 50k a year and wants to look "rich".

Or a track car...
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Mine F was in a minor accident too. I changed a few small things on it but it is not a rebuild title unlike this F. i agree with WillRockwe. why is it rebuild/salvage if it was just a minor accident? so that's a big thing. it's cheap. think about it real hard.
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at least they rebuilt it with LED headlights.

What's up with the taillights? Never seen lights like that.
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Yeah. Considering the cost of an is-f is pretty expensive, it'd take a lot of damage to salvage the is-f
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Whats so rare about a Grey w/ black interior?
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Whats so rare about a Grey w/ black interior?
yeah.... I'm scratching my head on that one.
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at least they rebuilt it with LED headlights.

What's up with the taillights? Never seen lights like that.
I don't see any LED headlights. They are just painted 08 headlights. Those taillights are nasty!!
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