u cant really fool someone with salvage car without telling them.
first of all, you GOTTA tell them that its a salvage. second, if the price of the car is that cheap ppl are gonna wonder why. third, when you buy a salvage, you get a slip that looks like a diploma that says SALVAGE. when you register ur car, ull know for sure that the car is salvage. if you dont, either the guy fooled you like crazy, and ur stupid.
but if vlad repaired the car and is trying to sell it for profit, theres no ripping off anyone here. its all business. he goes to auction, buys a car, and sells it for a little profit.
when someone doesnt tell you that the car is salvage, or afraid to say it, that means the car was kinda hit hardcore or theres a frame damage on the car.
but, from my own experience, salvage can either be great cars or worst cars just like any other used car. my uncle had a salvage civic 98, and for 6 years all he did is change the engine mounts which is a common honda problem. my mom has a salvage camry for almost 2 years and were about to change hte idle control valve (commom camry problem). when it comes to buying salvage cars, you gotta buy it from the right place. buy it from a ur bodyshop guy, someone you trust his word. the bodyshops we bought the car from we know them and know how they do their work and wut kinda cars they buy: very minor damages, no frame and mechanical jobs at all, reliable with low miles.