Don't trust the clean title you are holding in your hands when looking at your next used car. Scam artists are using title washing to get clean documents. This is a huge scam that affects almost a million vehicles nationwide and it could be haunting your next car.
Okay, let's just get this out of the way- today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Ferrari 348TS is tainted with a salvage title. That being said, it's still a twenty-five grand 348, and the Florida seller does specifically say, Will not be Dissappointed. What could possibly go wrong?
Three months back, we wrote about a $200,000 Ford GT totaled by a tuner. Now it's been digested by the insurance process and spit out at a salvage auction. How much would you pay for a crunched supercar?
If the Queen ever knighted the Lotus Elise, its title could be Sir Costsalot because even used, it's pretty pricey. Well, today Nice Price or Crack Pipe has an Elise that's on the cheap - and its title is salvage.
We thoroughly enjoyed Joshua Davis' thrilling tale of the salvage operation of the Cougar Ace — a subject we've covered on these pages more than once. Finally, we've now got the answer to the question of what you do with a boat-wrecked shipment of Mazdas. You take the 4,700 formerly brand-new automobiles and send 'em…