^^im talkin with experience.
NO, almost noone will finance a salvage, but there IS a finance company that does it actually. i think its called peoples choice.
and yea yea yea, they say that if the damage of the car is 75% worth the car, then they total it or its some high percentage like that. wells bs, a lot of times the damage could be way less and they still total the car. you cant make me believe something by saying it when i seen it and even have it. how much would a Fender
and a door cost with driver side fully painted? lets say 5000$, ok then why is it totalled? no airbags opened, nothing touched the Hood
. when i said i worked with a bodyshop, this guy sells salvage cars you name it, from ferraris to BMWs. the damages are minor damages, car always runs without repair, nothing touched the Hood
. it is costy to repair, but not as much as 50% of the car. the only fucked up thing about salvage is that its gonna be harder to sell, cz either ppl are just scared of that title cause they dont know much about wut it means or else they afraid somethings fucked up with the car.
one way that cars get totalled is by quote. bodyshop gives the insurance a high repair quote so they total the car. want proofs that a salvage can be a small damage? wait til the bodyshop that fixed my car will send me pix of it hit.