1970 Plymouth Superbird Inspection Results
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Details not known about a car from the ad often become apparent during an inspection. Sometimes the inspector can even address an issue the vehicle may have. This 1970 Plymouth Superbird wouldn’t start, but the inspector was able to identify the problem as a weak battery. Once jumped, it ran well with no issues according to the report. The inspector was able to confirm that the undercarriage was in great condition. With more than 50 photographs he provided detailed views of anything he felt the buyer should know. Most important, the buyer was told what condition class this car would fall under. The condition class determines the value. Click here to see what our inspector rated this Superbird!
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