I will research and pm you if I find anything.@FiskerPhilly the vin #'s are below:
2-4 have probably been credited already, but 1's mileage is so low that I'm not sure if it's had an actual owner yet. If you are able to let me know how to look it up/find more info about each car, I'd appreciate it. I'd like to find a Karma that I can get a tax credit on.
Unfortunately for you, it doesn't matter whether the original owner claimed the tax credit. The tax code only allows the credit for for the original sale of the car into the marketplace.Hello Harley Guy, you checked out my car when i bought it, how do i find out if David Soria filed the tax rebate? will take your advice on my fisker miami name
Not sure but a few hours before the auction was to end the bidding was at around 12k. Flood cars are hit or miss since the proprietary harnesses/connectors and ECU's could be trash and cannot be repaired or used in a new project. It doesn't help that the Karma HV connectors are at the lowest part of the vehicle.What did it sell for? I see there's another parts car on there as well.