Junk and salvage repairable Volvo 850 cars for sale

Purchase with confidence

The best method to buy second-hand car parts and salvaged vehicles is by contacting the seller directly and staying in person to check the material you are going to buy. We recommend that you make sure that the piece 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 photographs of the material so you do not waste your time and money. Here you have the Volvo 850 for sale by our visitor (complete or by parts) with their corresponding images and the information you need.

Volvo 850 1995

Volvo 850 1995

300,000 - 310,000 miles

Will turn over but will not start. Replaced water pump and timing belt. Body in good condition. Never been wrecked...

$300
Spokane, WA 99217
Volvo 850 1995

Volvo 850 1995

120,000 - 130,000 miles

"Mechanics special." Not running now; may need ignition switch or starter. Runs great once no-start problem fixed...

$500
Sacramento, CA 95820
Volvo 850 1996

Volvo 850 1996

140,000 - 150,000 miles

Car runs great, has nearly full tank of gas. 3 Good Tires, 1 bald. Interior and Exterior is good/ok. Wont pass smog...

$500
Carlsbad, CA 92008
Volvo 850 1996

Volvo 850 1996

200,000 - 210,000 miles

Many NEWER parts in car before engine ceased....alternator brakes rotors shocks struts timing belt......you must...

$250
Clayton, NC 27520


Direct contact with the seller

Our website allows you to speak directly with the seller of the used spares you need. This way you can make sure they work perfectly and they will be 100% compatible with your vehicle. It is also a good option for you because, on occasion, you can convince a reluctant seller to sell you an specific part, or maybe lower a little the price if it seems expensive.



Always compare prices

As you can imagine, the users of our site are free to set the price they want to their used autos and their junk parts. Here is the law of supply and demand that commands. So they are in perfect right to set the price they believe more fair, but also you can reject it or negotiate it to agree. The optimal way to proceed is: once you have seen the price 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 spend, it is time to contact the seller and negotiate cordially.