Junk and salvage repairable Ford Aerostar cars for sale

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The safest way to purchase used car pieces and salvaged vehicles is by contacting the seller directly and staying in person to review the material you are going to buy. We advise you that you make sure that the part you are interested in is exactly the one that matches your vehicle model and its year of manufacture. It is a great idea to ask the seller for more photos of the material so you do not waste your time and money. Here you will locate the Ford Aerostar for sale by our users (complete or by pieces) with their corresponding photos and the details you need.

Ford Aerostar 1997

Ford Aerostar 1997

260,000 - 270,000 miles

Brand new alternator and front brakes. Engine dead. Body is in good shape, no rust. Offer your price.

$900
Merritt, BC V1K 1R9
Ford Aerostar 1994

Ford Aerostar 1994

270,000 - 280,000 miles

Still runs, looks good, needs some TLC or could be great for parts - new engine at 120,000 still runs strong...

$500
Cedarville, AR 72932
Ford Aerostar 1993

Ford Aerostar 1993

150,000 - 160,000 miles

Scrap weight is more than I'm asking. Not running (been told water pump but the engine also knocks when started)...

$400
Greeley, CO 80634
Ford Aerostar 1990

Ford Aerostar 1990

220,000 - 230,000 miles

Runs 5speed new water pump new radiator cargo van is a work horse needs power steering pump and freeze plug.

$1,000
Woodland, CA 95695


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Always compare prices

As you can imagine, the users of our site are free to set the price they want to their second-hand cars and their junk parts. On our site, is the law of supply and demand that commands. So they are in perfect right to set the price they believe more suitable, but also you can reject it or negotiate it to agree. The optimal way to proceed is: once you have checked the amount requested by the seller, locate the price of the new part or even go to a salvage yard to compare and establish what amount seems right to you. When you are clear about the maximum you would pay, it is time to contact the seller and negotiate in a civilized manner.