We use high quality replacement parts, including, AC Delco, Ford Motor Parts, & Mopar replacement parts.
All prices and specifications are subject to change without notice. Prices do not include taxes, title and registration fees, finance charges, dealer document preparation fees, and any emissions testing charges. Vehicle availability is not guaranteed and subject to prior sale. All vehicle details advertised are true to our best knowledge, but not guaranteed. It is the customer's sole responsibility to verify the existence and condition of any equipment listed. The dealership is not responsible for misprints on prices or equipment. It is the customer's sole responsibility to verify the accuracy of the prices with the dealer. Information deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. Interested parties should confirm all data before relying on it to make a purchase decision.
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Our reconditioned vehicles go through a detailed reconditioning process. When a car first arrives, it visits our body shop for any minor work that may need to be done. Next, the vehicle is taken to our upholstery shop, where its interior is completely checked, and repaired as necessary. The car is then taken to our mechanics to receive a complete check-up.
At Veto Enterprises, mechanics take extra care to assure that the vehicle you receive is in the finest condition possible. Most vehicles receive high-pressure gas shocks/struts. Special attention is given to the front suspension parts, as these parts receive extreme wear. If the tires have less than half of the tread remaining, we will replace them with new pursuit tires. Wheel alignment is then performed. The engine gets a complete scope and diagnosis. All belts and hoses are checked and replaced if necessary as well as all fluids. Also, the brake and electrical systems are extensively checked. Finally, each vehicle gets a complete detail inside and out, and is ready to be put back on the street.
Veto Enterprises believes the way to keep a car running well and looking good, is to have it start out that way. If your officers have a good looking and running vehicle, then their attitude, along with treatment, of the vehicle will improve considerably.