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Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by Trill2b(m): 8:27am On Mar 04, 2018
In case you need a site to check VIN:

http://www.vindecoder.net/

I don do my part.

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Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by G007(m): 8:40am On Mar 04, 2018
FRONT PAGE PLEASE!!!!!!
Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by Justanodadude: 8:42am On Mar 04, 2018
EgunMogaji:


I disagree with you on this completely.

You’re only providing entertainment and not fighting fraud unless you’re doing full disclosure which includes names.

On this topic you’re no better than the average Nigerian because we have bark and no bite.


Entertainment no probelm wahali wen u buy moto for 2m and it knock after two days or maybe d moto get accident e no deploy or u buy am use 4m repair but still e no work u go know say na confam entertainment like Bbnaija.

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Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by klens(m): 8:43am On Mar 04, 2018
Please explorer Is it safe to order car from copart? And how can I clear it? Will custom seize it? Because I want to buy my next car from copart
Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by khalhokage(m): 8:46am On Mar 04, 2018
Cosplay:


You na very patient somebody. I like your way

But that guy na f00l. You see thread about dishonest you come wan post for that thread about how to excuse that dishonesty with una silly reason and na this same silly reasoning every time. The guy lack simple basic understanding. Who say make you no carry car from seaworld Vegas come sell here? Na your business be dat. But you must provide that VIN and you go indicate other information.

If you no understand again then you need find new work like selling face cap. Even den you need tell buyer say na Okrika not brand new


Lol grin
Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by Nobody: 8:47am On Mar 04, 2018
Justanodadude:



Entertainment no probelm wahali wen u buy moto for 2m and it knock after two days or maybe d moto get accident e no deploy or u buy am use 4m repair but still e no work u go know say na confam entertainment like Bbnaija.

You're barking up the wrong tree.

It will never happen to me because I believe that you can't cheat an honest person. There something called due diligence.

It's complete entertainment unless you name and shame the offenders.
Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by RealGucci: 8:49am On Mar 04, 2018
baba if u frequent auction export
u go tire
all cars on nairaland are accidented .
engine damaged
and flooded

if u are faster than usain bolt
first run up a VIN check.
gone are the days.
camry 2007 to 2009 max price 1.9
but thieves wud tag it clean title 3.2m
den crv 2010 go be 10m na

thieves

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Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by Ipfreely: 8:51am On Mar 04, 2018
I encourage viewers to visit the links posted earlier and identify the implicated usernames. That's about as overt as one can be.

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Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by Justanodadude: 8:54am On Mar 04, 2018
EgunMogaji:


You're barking up the wrong tree.

It will never happen to me because I believe that you can't cheat an honest person. There something called due diligence.

It's complete entertainment unless you name and shame the offenders.

They are doing that already by giving examples. if they mention everyone they go grow white beard.

ipfreely cosplay
Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by Nobody: 8:57am On Mar 04, 2018
Justanodadude:


They are doing that already by giving examples. if they mention everyone they go grow white beard.

ipfreely cosplay

Was my response directed to those two usernames that you mentioned?

Relax, read my post again. It's all in there.
Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by Ipfreely: 8:58am On Mar 04, 2018
Trill2b:
In case you need a site to check VIN:

http://www.vindecoder.net/

I don do my part.

This provides only basic and general VIN information for free. The VIN-specific and relevant records, you'd still need to pay for. With a viable MasterCard or Visa card.

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Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by Explorers(m): 9:12am On Mar 04, 2018
klens:
Please explorer Is it safe to order car from copart? And how can I clear it? Will custom seize it? Because I want to buy my next car from copart

Am not a car dealer bro, can't answer that question, maybe you should check the Auto section.

Ive not done it before, but some people are doing it and is workings.

If you can do it yourself, no issue, but if you're using a dealer, becareful.

Because as things are now, can't even recommend anyone.

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Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by EkeneElectrons(m): 9:45am On Mar 04, 2018
Cosplay:


I say make I come early for people like you. Common carry your silly reasoning comot this thread, you think say we no sabi you for here? Leave which business as e be? So you dey proud say you go sell car wey get bad history to person no tell am abi? Your conscience go gree you chop that money enjoy am abi? No worry.

Any car wey you in particular sell to buyer wey get bad history wey you no tell am, you go still come back here open thread about how money dey disappear from your hand. Ode. Criminal minded people


Oga no be fight, if de ask for vehicle, we go give them to check. Lol money no dey disappear for my hand o because I sell good cars, if de car is not good enough dey won't pay for it Like I said earlier, Nigerians can't really afford clean title, even the savage self some dey tay for ground 1 - 2 years no buyer, talkless of clean title, abeg make e leave matter for matayas, make Nigeria work on the naira to be a better money and Nigerias producing there own cars. More blessing, God bless.

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Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by urvillagepeoplee(m): 9:51am On Mar 04, 2018
The one wey dey make me laff pass na dat hawker called doctor bllow job aka deaf and dumb,aka copy and paste,dat guy just gather metals like abok.i wey dey sell iron condemn.

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Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by Nobody: 10:54am On Mar 04, 2018
EgunMogaji:


I’m in total agreement.

This thread is just entertainment.

hello

https://jalopnik.com/this-glorious-madman-stuffed-a-p85-tesla-drivetrain-int-1823461909

i'm sure this is your kind of thing wink

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Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by deathwing(m): 11:16am On Mar 04, 2018
Damn. What a thread. When Tonton Dike takes a shower, we'll see it on front page, but life-saving information like this will get lost.

Nigeria. Tufia.

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Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by oyfreeman(m): 11:29am On Mar 04, 2018
Please poster, can you help me in checking the vin for this vehicle ? Or can anybody help me and quote me on here?

Thanks

4t3bk3bb7fu116688
Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by CARLOSZ: 11:50am On Mar 04, 2018
oyfreeman:
Please poster, can you help me in checking the vin for this vehicle ? Or can anybody help me and quote me on here?

Thanks

4t3bk3bb7fu116688

2015 venza with no accident history.
Contact Computerglobal ‭0806 036 5068‬ for more

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Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by Temptee101(m): 11:52am On Mar 04, 2018
fortune1894:
explorers you are about to make yourself some powerful enemies
How in this world was i so unfortunate as to share same country with someone like you. In other words, you are encouraging crime. Don't worry just continue your shady deals, nemesis must one day catch up with you

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Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by Dantedasz: 12:03pm On Mar 04, 2018
deathwing:
Damn. What a thread. When Tonton Dike takes a shower, we'll see it on front page, but life-saving information like this will get lost.

Nigeria. Tufia.

It is curious that when you check the bottom page of every section on Nairaland the name(s) of the moderators of each section are boldly written except in the Autos section. I find that very strange.

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Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by Cosplay: 12:24pm On Mar 04, 2018
oyfreeman:
Please poster, can you help me in checking the vin for this vehicle ? Or can anybody help me and quote me on here?

Thanks

4t3bk3bb7fu116688

Comprehensive vin checks aren’t free Sir. This is a one-off. Contact Computerglobal via ‭0806 036 5068‬ for any other vehicle vin reports.

This is a relatively clean titled 2015 Toyota Venza. No issues to disclose, from my findings. Find the mileage at auction in 2017 and other information below.

Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by Cosplay: 12:32pm On Mar 04, 2018
Dantedasz:


It is curious that when you check the bottom page of every section on Nairaland the name(s) of the moderators of each section are boldly written except in the Autos section. I find that very strange.

The mods are mentioned in this post Seun made.

Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by Dantedasz: 12:43pm On Mar 04, 2018
Cosplay:


The mods are mentioned in this post Seun made.

Then why are their names not boldly written on the bottom of the page like in other sections?
Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by luxy44: 12:59pm On Mar 04, 2018
Buyers are always looking for ridiculously cheap cars too. They want low mileage for a 10 to 15year old car. To me, the only reason a 10year old car will have a mileage lower than 100k is accident, that's car wasn't used for a period of time.

Dealers or no dealers, Nigerians are greedy! We want to make so much on just one deal/transaction. Even you wey dey criticise dealers, are you honest in dealing with your clients. You are complaining because this directly affect you.

Last year, I was in the car market for a BMW e70, the prices I got was in the range of 6m to 7.5m for a 2008 x5 tokunbo, and I wonder why cars are so expensive in this country.

I bought the same car for $6000, (auction with high mileage; 170k) accident free. Add $300 to ship in a container with other cars ($6300). Then clearing cost of 950k. Total of about 3.2m.

We are just too greedy.

I am not a saint!

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Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by Temptee101(m): 1:13pm On Mar 04, 2018
I recommend this thread for everyone, very expository as well as prompt. Explorers may your days be long. Though i strongly recommend these scammers are exposed
Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by Cosplay: 1:22pm On Mar 04, 2018
luxy44:
Buyers are always looking for ridiculously cheap cars too. They want low mileage for a 10 to 15year old car. To me, the only reason a 10year old car will have a mileage lower than 100k is accident, that's car wasn't used for a period of time.

Dealers or no dealers, Nigerians are greedy! We want to make so much on just one deal/transaction. Even you wey dey criticise dealers, are you honest in dealing with your clients. You are complaining because this directly affect you.

Last year, I was in the car market for a BMW e70, the prices I got was in the range of 6m to 7.5m for a 2008 x5 tokunbo, and I wonder why cars are so expensive in this country.

I bought the same car for $6000, (auction with high mileage; 170k) accident free. Add $300 to ship in a container with other cars ($6300). Then clearing cost of 950k. Total of about 3.2m.

We are just too greedy.

I am not a saint!


Same excuses I see everywhere. Una rehearse am for midnight meeting? Buyers want ridiculously cheap this, buyers want low mileage that. Buyers want clean title this, yada yada yada.
Egbon no let that one be your excuse. So because you sell rice and people come to your shop everyday quoting and haggling prices, you would add stones and chaff to bulk up the rice and sell less for more? Or you would buy local rice and repackage in imported rice bags?
Crook na crook. Crook will always find an excuse. No be ponzi wey claim say e no do anything wrong because buyers wanted ridiculously high return percentages and he used that to build a fraudulent scheme so big it became the eponymous standard?
Tell the truth and provide the facts about your vehicles, and when these buyers come to you with their ridiculous haggling explain things to them, after all na sales you dey. If dem no gree please move on. There are lots of fish in the ocean.

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Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by Cosplay: 1:25pm On Mar 04, 2018
If a buyer seeking a 2005 GMC suburban with 60,000 miles in 2018 goes to the open market and realizes he can’t get anyone with legit history for the rock bottom prices he had in mind, of course he would readjust his expectations. Yes. Demand drives supply, but that shouldn’t be an excuse to do shady sh1t.
Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by Cosplay: 1:30pm On Mar 04, 2018
luxy44:
Buyers are always looking for ridiculously cheap cars too. They want low mileage for a 10 to 15year old car. To me, the only reason a 10year old car will have a mileage lower than 100k is accident, that's car wasn't used for a period of time.

Dealers or no dealers, Nigerians are greedy! We want to make so much on just one deal/transaction. Even you wey dey criticise dealers, are you honest in dealing with your clients. You are complaining because this directly affect you.

Last year, I was in the car market for a BMW e70, the prices I got was in the range of 6m to 7.5m for a 2008 x5 tokunbo, and I wonder why cars are so expensive in this country.

I bought the same car for $6000, (auction with high mileage; 170k) accident free. Add $300 to ship in a container with other cars ($6300). Then clearing cost of 950k. Total of about 3.2m.

We are just too greedy.

I am not a saint!

You say we are all greedy. I assume this means we should all fold up our chairs and go home? We shouldn’t call out dishonest sh1t because everyone’s doing it?
Smh

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Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by oyfreeman(m): 1:30pm On Mar 04, 2018
Thanks so much. I appreciate .. ��

Cosplay:


Comprehensive vin checks aren’t free Sir. This is a one-off. Contact Computerglobal via ‭0806 036 5068‬ for any other vehicle vin reports.

This is a relatively clean titled 2015 Toyota Venza. No issues to disclose, from my findings. Find the mileage at auction in 2017 and other information below.

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Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by deriod(m): 1:31pm On Mar 04, 2018
Ipfreely:
This is the point where any well meaning webmaster or site owner would declare a state of emergency on the autos section before an online dispute has serious real world consequences.
Not Seun Osewa ,I don't just understand how he leaves anything to play on dis site ,nairaland is loosing its place ,too much fraudulent activities,childish n crazy comments with irrelevant topics ,I don't just understand how he's comfortable with all of dis

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Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by Newboss(m): 1:38pm On Mar 04, 2018
Abeg how much to do body work on the front of a 2003 Benz E500? I want to use "Buy it now" to order an accidented one from copart. It's just going for $500
Re: Shocking Transformation Of Some Crashed Cars Sold In Nigeria (Photos) by klens(m): 2:28pm On Mar 04, 2018
House is it safe to buy corolla Altis? All this Right hand converted ? I need answer to this, does it develop issues on the long run?

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