Business: Online auction site that sells damaged specialty vehicles -- motorcycles, snowmobiles, RVs and boats
Founded: 2001 by Joe Peltier, who sold to QCSA Auto Auction in January
Executives: Jerry Sullivan, managing member of Crashed Toys, a QCSA subsidiary
2007 revenue: more than $6 million
Strategy: Oversee smooth merger of companies and their computer systems, solidify position as the leading national reseller of damaged specialty vehicles and pursue a larger share of overall salvage market.
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