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Car Auction Grading System

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Most car sellers online have indicated some grading system in their advertisements.

"Auction Grade G, Grade S" etc.

I was wondering how to decipher these codes.

Can someone help me please?

Thanks in advance.

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Sadly, no one is taking this posting seriously. :speechless-smiley-006:

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It surely cannot be that hard for you to just search on google?

Here are two links that should answer all your queries:

http://b-pro.ca/jdm-auction/

http://www.pakwheels.com/forums/vehicle-documentation-registration-import-lease/240577-jdm-vehicle-auction-sheet-how-decode

So what does G and or S stand for ?

None of the links given have not covered this.

As a layman, am I to assume that G stands for Good and S for Satisfactory or any other meaning or none seems to know what they really stand for?

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Thanks NPP.

This was what I was looking for.

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So what does G and or S stand for ?

Actually S is used for a brand new car (okay they sometimes use it for demo cars with like <=1000 kms or so)

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