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This lovely 2002 Passat Wagon was unfortunately involved in a front end collision. The Engine, not included in the photos is for sale, the transmission has already been sold. At the time of the accident it had approximately 93K miles on it. We've stripped basically everything from the car that was salvageable including all 5 doors, leather seats, steering wheel, panels, driver side curtain airbag and so much more. The prices are not set. If you would like to purchase a part, find another similar part for sale at the lowest possible price, and we will negotiate a price lower than that. For example, you find a door for $400, we'll beat it! In your request, you must include a link to the part so that the offering price can be verified. We want the parts gone, you want them cheaper, and it saves us a whole lot of time trying to find the lowest possible price to beat so that I can price my items.
Check out the album and let me know. Thanks!
Undaunted by what appeared to be hard to beat prices with an unprecedented approach on VWVortex, submitted two links to rather pricey engine parts choosing, of course, the lowest competitive prices.
FAST Response in 12 hrs:
UNAVAILABLE? no explanation, not even engine sold; BTW one is an emission related component)
Not one to horse around, I bought from the two links furnished on Ebay! paying just over
$100 for both items
Typically it's the other way around
Last edited by 02GLXWag6stk; 09-28-2012 at 11:47 PM.
Thanks for the tail lights! Price was fair, shipping was easy and fair, and I received them in about two days via mail. Good seller if you ask the right question and tell him what you nt and what price you want it for.
I have to say, it might help you to check out how others have successfully done "For Sale" threads, and it might also help others looking for parts. For example, I have not seen where the seller requires the user to do the sellers research on what are considered fair prices. Additionally, maybe if you posted a list at the beginning of the thread, then put SOLD next to the items as they sell, it might help people to determine what is available, and they can avoid scrolling through your whole thread only to find out after reading all of responses, that an item is SOLD (it would also help you avoid getting senseless PMs).
Finally, per VWVortex rules, you are required to put prices on the items you are selling, that way people can negotiate with you, and avoid what appears like a crazy game to figure out if your prices are fair.
You have some nice quality parts there, which should fetch good prices.
Good luck with your sale.
2001 Audi TT Coupe, Amulet Red, Summer Project 2011. Mods are... KSport Coilovers, Staggered Miro 111 Concave Wheels (Front 18x8.5 with 20mm Adapters, et20, Rear 18x9.5 with 18mm Adapters, et17), Modshack VTDA Intake (Uni Stage 2).