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Please contact us. Use another account. Also since you're here this Carfax has something I've seen on several others.
Where it lists the car as being sold by a dealer, then shows as a new owner with the title being issued or updated then listed for sale by the same dealer. So, it looks like it adds a "owner" to the Carfax, but for a very short period of time. What might be the explanation for something like this? Personal opinion - I would never buy a vehicle that is sold right after an accident. Cars are complex machines, and repairs are difficult to get right. Nobody knows the difference between a If that person decided to sell it right after the accident, that's a huge red flag to me.
I wonder if the dealership has any more detailed info about why it's being sold right after the accident. I think it's mainly due to the way their system works.
"Disabling damage reported" on a Carfax report...
Sometimes their timelines don't match. Definitely check for frame damage. Disabling can be a lot of things No reason to run away, but get it checked out. It doesn't mention any airbag deployment, so [disabling damage] could have just been a flat tire or even a completely shattered windshield.