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If it's messed up they will buy it back 2000 and older at 1.5x excellent Kbb value. 2001 and newer theres a good chance they may do a frame swap.

I'd strip it of aftermarket parts before letting them see it. Once they evaluate it and deem it unsafe they will not want to let you remove the vehicle from the property. Which makes it more of a pita to remove your parts at that point.

Don't strip oem parts or they may not pay you for it. You can't be keeping doors and axles, etc.
 

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they might not go for it..... since it has the SFA and the corresponding add ons welded to the front of the frame. Something to think about before you get your hopes up. if its already swapped then why not just beef up the frame as is...
 

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Un-official, your SAS and welding on the frame voided that frame recall. It is now beyond the scope of what the vehicle was intended to do/be. Also, surface rust is not covered. Is there a hole in the frame? Is the rust in a location you welded?
 

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meh a plasma cutter, alot of 2x steel and a long week with a welder and you could just redo the whole frame...
 
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