X2 they would be over paying you by 1.5k... I would jump on it. I made a profit from our accident this exact same way.You need a written quote on the repair.
If it's 5k and they were going to give you 7.8k, sell it to you for .8k, minus .5k deductable seems to leave you 1.5k ahead.
This is understood; I have no intentions of being crooked, and will be upfront with the buyer if I decide to ever sell this car. Thanks for your inputOf course, if you sell it 5 years down the road as having a clean title, and it in fact is a salvage title you will be looking some pretty severe fraud.
You know the option "Custom Parts and/or Equipment value" on you progresive account. Did you have anything entered there? If not I would think you are lucky they gave you anything for you aftermarket stuff.I sent in all of my receipts for the aftermarket parts: suspension, clutch, rims, etc. They ended up giving me the most they could for the parts: $1000.
My guess is MN will mail you a new title with the salvage already on it stating it voids your old title.The car's vin will most likely be listed as salvaged, and I was told by the rep that I may need to pass an inspection afterwards. However, I have my title and MN will never be able to get that title out of my hands to stamp it with salvage.
I didn't have any custom parts on it when I purchased the car and policy a few years ago. The parts were added in the interim.You know the option "Custom Parts and/or Equipment value" on you progresive account. Did you have anything entered there? If not I would think you are lucky they gave you anything for you aftermarket stuff.