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Looking for your advice on buying a used 2014 Ford F250 Diesel

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HERE IS MY UPDATE:

Hello guys thanks for reading through this, I have decided not to proceed with the purchase of this vehicle, this is simply because after a VIN check with Detailed Vehicle History, the vehicle history report generated shows that the vehicle has an accident, a mileage discrepancy, was used as a fleet and has three owners, I even saw the photos showing the accident.

Here is a link to the report: Vehicle History Report for VIN: 1FT7W2BT9EEB78158


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Hello everyone,

I am currently in the market for a used car and I have come across a 2014 Ford F250 Diesel and a salvage title, priced at $25,500. I am reaching out to this community for some advice on whether I should go ahead and purchase this car or not.

I am aware that a salvage title typically means that the car was declared a total loss by an insurance company due to damage from an accident, theft, or some other reason. Before buying a car with a salvage title, it's important to thoroughly inspect the car and have a mechanic check it out to make sure it is in good condition and safe to drive.

I would greatly appreciate any advice or insights you may have on this particular make and model, as well as any experiences you may have had with buying a car with a salvage title.

Furthermore, I would like to know if the price of $25,500 is reasonable for this type of car. Is this a good deal or should I be prepared to negotiate the price?

Thank you in advance for your help. I am eager to hear your thoughts and opinions on this matter.
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Hello guys thanks for reading through this, I have decided not to proceed with the purchase of this vehicle, this is simply because after a VIN check with Detailed Vehicle History, the vehicle history report generated shows that the vehicle has an accident, a mileage discrepancy, was used as a fleet and has three owners, I even saw the photos showing the accident.

Here is a link to the report: Vehicle History Report for VIN: 1FT7W2BT9EEB78158


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Sounds like a good decision not buying it. They've done good job rebuilding it though
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