Actual Historical Salvage Auto Auctions Prices 
All cars are in a repairable condition. This is for year 2006.

Posted a list of actual salvage auto auctions winning bids for your reference on how much these things sell for at auctions. The prices usually vary and the cars also vary from really smashed to easy fix so use these prices as a ball park and go from there.

When looking at a car at the auction, look out for shock tower damage and any other "frame" damage because this kinds of repairs will cost you a pretty penny. Most likely you will need to hire a frame machine to straighten it. Even for one shock tower you can plan on spending about $300.

Year Make Model Winning Bid
2000 Toyota 4Runner $4600
2002 Honda Civic $3200
2002 Volkswagen Golf (Parts Off, in the car, min. damage) $3700
2000 Accura Integra Type-R (Interior Stripped) $2500
2002 Subaru Impreza (Mid. Damage) $2700
1997 Honda Accord (Mid. Damage) $2000
1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse Turbo (Minimal Damage) $1250
1999 Honda Accord (Mid. Damage) $3100
2000 Dodge Durango (Mid. Damage) $2200
2000 Honda Civic (Mid Damage) $2100
1997 Honda Accord (Mid+ Damage) $1100
1999 Toyota Corolla (Mid Damage)

$1600

1997 Honda Accord (Mid) $3500
2001 Chevy Blazer (Mid) $1600
1999 Honda Civic (Mid+) $700
2002 Ford Explorer (Light) $7900
2001 F150 (Light)

$2800

2000 Ford Escort (Med)

$300

1996 Honda Accord (Med) $1900
1995 Toyota Tacoma (Med) $2800
1995 GMC Yukon (Light) $2600
1997 Honda Civic (Med) $1700
2000 Subaru Legacy (Med+) $2900
1986 Porsche 911 (Med) $3900
2001 Ford F150 (Med) $4000
2002 Landrover Freelander (Med) $4900
1993 GMC K1500 (Med+) $900
1998 Toyota T100 (Med) $2000