It’s that time of year again—Christmas carols, the smell of pine and cinnamon, and almost every commercial on television is advertising a car, truck or SUV brandishing a giant red bow. If you’re like us, you may find yourself watching these commercials and asking, “Do people really buy cars for their family members this time of year?” Well, while it may not be in your budget to buy a brand-new Jeep Wrangler this upcoming holiday, a salvage or clean title one just might be.
Check out the perfect salvage upcoming lots to bid on for each member of the family below:
If your dad has always made comments over the years about getting a sports car, but never acted on it, this 2007 Chevrolet Corvette may be the perfect holiday gift for him. This vehicle comes with the strength of a heavy-duty 6.0L 8 engine and still delivers a smooth ride for its passengers. What better way to make your father the coolest dude on the block than to gift him a hot, red sports car? Also check out other Copart Corvettes for gift ideas.
Be the cool sibling and gift your brother the awesome Harley-Davidson that mom and dad always said “No” to when he was younger. This 1999 Harley-Davidson FLHTCUI has the perfect mixture of class and edge with its black leather seating, chrome finish and just a pop of color. This motorcycle would be the gift of all gifts to any brother.
Everyone has that one uncle that loves his trucks. The tough 2018 Ford F150 Raptor is the perfect truck to hold a giant red holiday bow. With only roughly 38,000 miles, this monster car can look as good as new with some attention to the front and back end. This would make an especially great gift for the uncle that loves working on a good restoration project!
This 2003 Volkswagen New Beetle GLS is the quintessential nostalgic vehicle straight out of a 90s music video. While many believe this car to be on the smaller side, it is surprisingly spacious inside. With minor front-end damage and normal wear, this throwback vehicle can be good as new in a short period of time. There’s no better gift to your sister than her dream car from middle school!
Grandpa has most likely been eyeing this 1956 Cadillac Eldorado for the past few decades. Nothing like the windows down with a Frankie Valli song playing on the radio. This beauty only has roughly 56,000 miles on it with normal wear and tear damage which can easily be spruced up before the holidays. It’s never too late to drive your dream car.
Last, but certainly not least, who could forget mom? Show your mother this year how much you’ve appreciated her by bidding on and potentially winning this 2019 Mercedes-Benz S560 4matic. With only a few minor dents and scratches and an estimated retail value of $115K, mom will think this sleek vehicle came straight out of a Mercedes-Benz dealership.
These luxury cars not only hold 4.0L biturbo V8 engines but contouring front seats that also massage. This year, skip the spa gift certificate and let mom get a massage directly from her driver’s seat.