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Auction Grade 3

Discussion in 'General Truck Info' started by Bobacuda, Feb 19, 2019.

  1. Bobacuda

    Bobacuda New Member

    Looking at an auction truck with a Grade 3 and the “not liable for inaccurate grade - no recourse” stamp on it. Otherwise, the auction sheet, photos and translation don’t look so bad and don’t sound much different than most trucks.

    How many of you have purchased Grade 3 vehicles and what was your experience? Do you consider a Grade 3 a deal breaker?
     
  2. Maximal

    Maximal Member

    Kei trucks are plentiful/cheap enough im not too sure how much i would bother with less than a 3.5
     
  3. matt167

    matt167 Active Member

    Auction grade 3 is the most variable grade. I have a '93 Jimny coming from Be Forward that is auction grade 3 but on the low end of the spectrum. We'll see what it looks like when it's here in march.

    I think that stamp means that it was inspected and went unsold, now in a new auction they held the auction grade 3 without a new inspection. You can check the chassis number across the auction system to be sure that happened
     

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