A Look at the 5 Best Hatchbacks Ever Made

Though the concept of small cars was first introduced in 1930s, the term “hatchback” started doing circles during the 70s. Ever since their introduction, hatchbacks, commonly called small cars, have been extremely popular among car buyers. The hatchback segment gave buyers the comfort of a luxury car in a smaller and more economical package. From the classic Simca 1100 TI to the fast and gripping Renault Megane, numerous hatchback models have gained rave reviews from car enthusiasts over the years. If you are planning to participate in a can auction online, check out this list of five of the best hatchbacks ever made.

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1947 to 1964 : A Look at 4 Remarkable Ferrari Models

Ferrari started as a reputable racing team in 1947. It is a brand that is coveted by most collectors and has come to represent the finer things in life. Ferrari has several world records to its name, with models such as the classic 250 GTO going for anywhere from $32 to $52 million at car auctions. That’s enough proof of how much people love “Ferrari”. If you too are a Ferrari fan, here are four of the company’s most prominent models from 1947 and 1964 that you can buy at our online car auctions in Los Angeles and other areas.

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4 All-time Gas and Electric Cars that Deliver High Mileage

Fuel efficiency is one of the main factors that Americans consider when buying vehicles. A car with high mileage not only saves money but also reduces oil dependence cost, increases energy sustainability, and reduces your carbon footprint. The demand for fuel-efficient vehicles has grown more than ever, and most cars in the market have a decent mpg. If buying a new car is out of question, and you are looking for gas-efficient models at Dallas car auctions or anywhere else across the U.S., we list the top four models to consider.

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Finding the Right Car at Auction

AutoBidMaster has thousands of cars listed for auction. With this much selection you want to make sure you bid on the car that best fits your needs. Making the right picks, however, can be tricky. That’s why we have put together this brief guide to help you find the best car for you.

If Possible, Inspect Before You Buy

We strongly recommend inspecting the vehicle before you make a decision to bid on a car. AutoBidMaster allows registered members to visit auction yards with a guest. You can use this service by paying a nominal fee. All lot listings include many pictures but your best bet is the take a look for yourself. This can help to eliminate any surprises after you win an auction. Since you can bring a guest you may want to ask your mechanic to come with you.

Learn the History

Even a visual inspection won’t tell you everything, only a Vehicle History Report can do that. All reports are based upon the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). When you buy a report make sure the data comes from The National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS), which is a program of the U.S. Department of Justice. This program protects you from fraud and unsafe vehicles. There is no more accurate and complete source for VIN data

The VIN number number appears on multiple places such as the driver-side doorpost and on the dashboard on the driver’s side next to the windshield. Once you have this number, visit websites that offer VIN reports to get all the information you need. One such trusted site is ClearVin.

Buy With Confidence

We believe in transparent dealing and giving you the most information to help you make a decision before you bid. Even with all of the information AutoBidMaster provides, there are additional resources to give you the confidence to know the car you are bidding on is the right one. We want to make sure you get the right car.

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4 Classics Cars Touted as the Most Beautiful Ever˜

Beauty is one aspect that most people first notice, be it the watches we wear or houses we live in. The same also goes for stylish cars which never fail to fascinate. They are an extension of our personalities, and reflect the owner’s taste and preferences. For the ardent auto enthusiast, nothing beats the charm of classic cars. The machines ooze a sophistication and “X” factor that contemporary cars just fail to match, and we have a wide selection at AutoBidMaster.com. Let us have a look at four classic cars touted as the most beautiful ever.

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Modify a Land Rover as Your Expedition Vehicle

Land Rover, a dream name for adventure lovers, has rolled out an array of exhilarating SUVs. Be it Defender or Discovery, Land Rovers come with best-in-class configurations that make them a cut above the rest. However, before you plan a road trip with your friends, it is advisable to make a few adjustments to your Land Rover to prepare it for combating all kinds of situations you may face during the journey. If you are wondering what kind of modifications we are talking about, this blog post is for you. Read on.

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How Bid4U Can Work For You

The Bid4U service is our unique and intuitive feature to help ensure that you win the car you’ve been looking for. Instead of sitting and waiting to increase your bid each time another bidder increases theirs, you can allow our system to bid automatically for you up to your preset bid limit! You can use Bid4U in both the preliminary and live auctions. Here’s how it works:

Determine Your Maximum Bid Amount

The key to the Bid4U service is to enter your maximum bid amount at the start of bidding. Once you find a car you like you will need to determine the most you would be willing to pay for the vehicle. This is your ‘maximum bid amount’.

Place Your Deposit

Once you have determined your maximum bid amount, you will need to place a deposit on your account to be able to cover this amount. We require a 10% of what you intend to bid as a deposit to allow you to bid up to that amount; so if you are looking to bid $8,000, we will need an $800 deposit first. The minimum deposit required by AutoBidMaster is $400, which gives you a bidding limit of $4,000.

Enter Your Maximum Bid Amount

After you have placed your deposit you are ready to bid. Enter your maximum bid amount in the Bid field, and hit submit. And that’s it! Our system will automatically bid incrementally on your behalf up until this amount. It’s really that simple.

If you need help with any of these steps, or have any further questions, don’t hesitate to contact our support team by email at Support@AutoBidMaster.com, or call us weekdays from 6am to 4pm PST at 1(503)298-4300. Find the car right your you at AutoBidMaster.com

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Buying a Salvage Vehicle – Here is What you Need to Know

Vehicle shoppers with budgetary constraints often turn to online auto auction sites to find salvage and pre-owned cars at cheaper prices. The sites are a good platform to find vehicles of your desired make within your budget, although you need to do a little research so that you don’t end up buying a lemon. Make sure that you have sufficient knowledge on the provincial labeling system, stolen and wrecked vehicle monitoring program, and inspections before you bid for any of the available vehicles at online vehicle auction sites. We take a closer look at the three essentials in the blog post. Read on.

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5 Best-Selling Salvage SUVs in the Market

Sports Utility Vehicles are not just some off-road 4×4’s, and have earned various endearing titles over the years, such as carpoolers, boat haulers, backroad explorers, and luxury lookers. SUV’s pack immense power under the hood, with high-performing engines that produce enough horsepower to satiate your off and on road driving exploits and make a bold statement. If you are looking for a budget buy, Visit AutoBidMaster for a wide range of salvage SUVs for sale at rock-bottom prices. To help get your search started, here’s a list of five top-selling SUV’s since 2010.

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Buick Roadmasters from 1936 to 1953 : A Look at 4 of the Best

Buick first launched its Roadmaster package in 1936, a time when the Plymouth Custom Street Rod and the Lincoln Limousine ruled the road. Roadmasters, until 1958, were built on the longest non-limousine wheelbase, and had structures similar to entry-level Cadillacs. The vehicles soon gained attention, with the Roadmasters built between 1946 and 1957 enjoying the limelight. Today, these classics demand top dollars at auto auctions in Arizona, Florida, Texas, and several other places. Let’s have a look at four of the best Roadmasters produced between 1936 and 1953.

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