<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(naterprius @ Oct 3 2007, 10:19 AM) [snapback]520644[/snapback]</div> There are several auction websites that allow non delaler purchases of salvage vehicles. I recommend ridesafely.com. Watch the auctions for several months to form a price and transportation stratege. Then bid low for a while to learn where the bottom line for pricing stops. All bidders are given the actual sale price when it has been determined. It is better to be surprised when winning a low bid than to get stuck with a bid that was too high. By watching the auctions for a while, you will learn a lot about what kind of damage leaves the drive train in tact, and also what kind of wrecks sell for more or less. Be prepared to sell all the extra parts on e-bay or something. You won't get much for the left over shell otherwise.