Max Salvage Parts Condition Scale
New: Meaning the part/parts is in brand new condition wrapped in plastic or in the original packaging.
Like New: Meaning the part/parts has been very lightly used but very well taken care of. ( Could be sold as a new part with no visible damage anywhere except for missing packaging.)
Excellent: Meaning the part/parts has been used & very well taken of, showing minimal signs of use.
Great: Meaning the part/parts has been used & taken care of showing a small amount of use. (May be dirty, need to cleaned and lubed.)
Very Nice: Meaning the part/parts has been used & in Very Nice condition with less than average signs of wear. (May need to be cleaned, lubed, polished minor scratches or fading .)
Nice: Meaning the part/parts has been used & in nice condition with an Average amounts of use/signs of use. (May have light scratches, scuffs, chips, small amounts of touch up.)
Good: Meaning the part/parts has been used with more than average signs of use and some amounts of wear. (Will have some amounts of touch up for paint, small amounts of rash, scuffs, small repairable cracks. But the part functions properly, just does not look perfect.)
Usable: Meaning the part/parts have been used damaged with wear (Will have scratches, rash, rips, scuffs, bends, tweaks, cracks, but able to bolt it on and use it.) Most people will buy and repair before using to make it nice.
Repairable: Meaning the part/parts was used and damaged and can be used with some repairs. (Will have broken, cracked, damaged rashed, scuffed, plastics, rashed engine / exhaust parts, bent and tweaked frames, scuffed seat, scratched windshields.) But once again can be useable with a moderate amount of repairs.
Parts: Meaning the part/parts has been damaged in a collision or crash, and not really useable complete but parts off of it can be used to repair something you may have. (Examples: blown engine, but you can still use the head, clutch, crank, rods, pistons.