Junk and salvage repairable Hyundai Tiburon cars for sale

Buy with confidence

The best method to purchase used car parts and salvaged vehicles is by contacting the seller directly and staying in person to review the material you are going to purchase. We advise you that you make sure that the part you are interested in is exactly the one that matches your car model and its year of manufacture. It is a great idea to ask the seller for more photos of the spares so you do not waste your time and money. Here you have the Hyundai Tiburon for sale by our users (complete or by pieces) with their corresponding photos and the info you need.

Hyundai Tiburon 2008

Hyundai Tiburon 2008

140,000 - 150,000 miles

My stepdad died last year and the car is paid off but the state will not lat me renew the tags I have this car...

$0
Joppa, MD 21085
Hyundai Tiburon 2004

Hyundai Tiburon 2004

140,000 - 150,000 miles

Just replaced clutch and flywheel and while putting cradle back in a welded front nut broke that holds the cradle...

$500
Centralia, WA 98531
Hyundai Tiburon 2003

Hyundai Tiburon 2003

90,000 - 100,000 miles

Runs great just can't get brake lights to work it's got sent in bu.per in rear no stereo I need the money so I can...

$300
Mcpherson, KS 67460
Hyundai Tiburon 2004

Hyundai Tiburon 2004

190,000 - 200,000 miles

It has No title and a blown motor but other than that the body looks great and very good tires and the in side is nice.

$350
Ashland, KY 41101


Direct contact with the seller

Our site allows you to talk directly with the seller of the second-hand spares you want. By doing this you can make sure they work perfectly and they will be 100% functional with your car. It is also a good option for you because, usually, you can convince a reluctant seller to sell you a particular piece, or maybe lower a little the price if it seems expensive.



Always compare offers

As you can imagine, the visitors of our site are free to set the price they want to their used cars and their salvage parts. Here is the law of supply and demand that commands. So they are in perfect right to put the price they consider more fair, but also you can reject it or negotiate it to reach an agreement. The best way to proceed is: once you have checked the amount requested by the seller, find the price of the new piece or even go to a salvage yard to compare and establish what amount is 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 way.