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Visit Hem Salvage online at www.hemsalvage.com to view our inventory  or call us at 614-279-7500 . New Inventory Daily #usedcarsforsale   #hemsalvage  

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Visit Hem Salvage online at www.hemsalvage.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 614-279-7500 New Inventory Daily

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Visit Hem Salvage online at www.hemsalvage.com to view our inventory  or call us at 614-279-7500 . New Inventory Daily

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This is a run and drive vehicle with a salvage title, runs really great but needs some body work. Upon request we can provide the parts and refer you to one of our repair facilities. Visit Hem Salvage online at www.hemsalvage.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 614-279-7500 today to schedule your test drive.

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Don't forget to check out our deals of the week hemsalvage.com or give us a call 614-279-7500.

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If you are looking for a re-buildable salvage vehicle, check out our inventory on this page. Remember, we also have the parts you need to repair the vehicles. The salvage vehicle inventory changes daily and the vehicles sell fast! Visit this page often to see what's new. If you have any questions, call us at 614-279-7500 :)

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Your car is an elaborate puzzle of parts. Estimates show that the average car has over 30,000 parts. It might seem incredible, but when you start counting things like side panel pins and interior handle screws, you can see how the numbers can start to add up. That's a lot of little pieces to put together.
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Fun Facts You Didn't Know About Cars
For many of us, we spend hours a week in our cars driving to and from work, to the store, to school, and to other activities. But do you ever stop to think how much you really know about the vehicle you spend all of this time in? Here are a few important car facts we think might surprise you:
Your fuel gauge tells you which side your gas tank is on. If you're driving a rental or other new-to-you car, you may not know which side to fill up on. In newer models, car makers have begun to include a "secret triangle" to show you just that. Next time you hop in the car, look on your car's fuel indicator for this small arrow beside the gas pump icon. This is an easy way to show drivers which side to pull up to the pump.
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