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AUCTION CONDITION SHEETS

There are more than 72 auction houses in whole of the Japan every week. Their auction sheets and inspection standards are similar but are slightly different between the auction houses. This is a USS auction sheet.

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EXTERIOR BODY

S

Superior to Grade 6 or higher

6 or higher

As good as new. Exterior and interior are in immaculate condition. Some cars in these grades have never been driven.

5

A car doesn't need repair. A car has been repaired slightly, and the repair is in very good condition. No body parts have been changed.

4.5

A car has been repaired slightly, and the repair is in good condition. It becomes a grade-5 car with slight repair. There are a few slight scratches or dents.

4

A car is in good overall condition, but there are a few scratches or dents.

3.5

A car has some conspicuous scratches or dents. Overall a good car and generally good value.

3

A car has many conspicuous scratches or dents. A car has some paint blemishes.

2

A car is in very bad condition

1

A car which has following
1. An aftermarket turbo
2. An automatic transmission converted to manual transmission
3. Flood damage

RA

A car which has had accident damage which can be ranked MINOR, and has been repaired.
Note: Some times good cars come across with Grade RA. Even minor accidents get RA. If you consider this Grade, advice us so we can send vehicle information with Grade RA. But we do not recommend any vehicle below Grade 3.

A, 0 or R

A car which has had accident damage, and been repaired. The auction definition "A car which has had accident damage" is a car where some parts or panels have been repaired or replaced (or has some visible marks from frame damage) : ie R3=signs of repair to centre pillar

Auto House Japan Exterior Design

1. Frame (chassis)
2. Windshield Pillar (A Pillar)
3. Centre Pillar (B Pillar)
4. Rear Pillar (C Pillar)
5. Strut Housing
6. Roof Panel
7. Trunk flooring Panel
8. Floor Pan

Note: This will give you an idea, the type of inspection and grading methods adopted by the auction house. Buying a car from Japan is safer than your local used car dealer. We do not recommend this grade.

 

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A car which has had accident damage, and has NOT been repaired yet. Or a car within engine that does not work with major engine trouble.


 

INTERIOR

A

Immaculate condition.

B

Slightly dirty.

C

Slightly dirty, and/or has a few stains.

D

Dirty, and has some cigarette burns, stains, and/or wear.

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