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Old 02-10-2018, 10:48 PM
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1993 Eddie Bower

I have a 1993 Eddie Bower Bronco for sale. Complete truck. 351ci. Decent shape. New gas tank with a new Motorcraft fuel pump and sender. New plugs, wires, cap rotor, Chilton book, and more. Not running but engine turns over.
Dont have title but do have bill of sale.
great for parts.
$1800. Bronco
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Old 02-11-2018, 07:40 PM
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Too bad you're not closer, I could use a rust free body
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Too bad you're not closer, I could use a rust free body
U Ship will deliver
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You might try the For Sale section of the forum. I don't think you're allowed to sell stuff in the regular forums.

Looks like a nice Bronco though. Where are you located?
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You might try the For Sale section of the forum. I don't think you're allowed to sell stuff in the regular forums.

Looks like a nice Bronco though. Where are you located?
Lexington,SC
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no title is the killer. would be a steal if there was a title for it
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Your not to far away from me, what's wrong with it.?TR
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I would also be interested but no title is a deal killer. I'm only 3-4hrs from you.
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its not running right now. I bought it from a used car dealer and it had beed in storage.
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I would check sc laws on it, but in some states a towing company can get a title pretty easily. In Virginia if you had a car towed and didnt pay your bill within a certain amount of time then the towing company had to send you one letter requesting payment by a certain date. If you didn't pay then they sent a letter to the state requesting the title be put in their name. That allows them to sell the car to cover unpaid bills. I've bought several cars without a title, had my uncle tow it, dont pay him and then get a title.
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I would check sc laws on it, but in some states a towing company can get a title pretty easily. In Virginia if you had a car towed and didnt pay your bill within a certain amount of time then the towing company had to send you one letter requesting payment by a certain date. If you didn't pay then they sent a letter to the state requesting the title be put in their name. That allows them to sell the car to cover unpaid bills. I've bought several cars without a title, had my uncle tow it, dont pay him and then get a title.
thats pretty interesting. nice to have an "in" with a tow company to get that done. But even still, thats a bit of a hassle. Maybe for $800-1000, but not $1800. Does that get you a clean title, or does it change it to salvage or something?
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It may vary by state, but it's a clean title in Virginia. We've owned a towing business there since the 50's and have gotten hundreds of them that way. You would be surprised at how many people refuse to pay a $50 wrecker bill after you tow their car for a dui arrest. They weren't drunk, the drugs weren't theirs, etc, and I ain't paying a dime. Storage fees start getting added after refusal to pay and a month later that $50 is $500. When they refuse again then the state mails a clean title to my uncle.
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