It's kind of like a "scarlet letter" for a car. If I was considering such a car, I would want to see photos of the damage that resulted in the salvage title being issued. Not sure of current rules but years ago in California a car that was totaled by an insurance company and then sold by the insurance company and then rebuilt was reregistered as a "revived salvage" with the original license plates still on the car. If that same car was sold to a licensed dismantler before being rebuilt and subsequently sold and rebuilt, it became a "revived junk" and got new plates when it was reregistered. In either case, the reregistration process included a verification of the VIN, brake, light, glass and smog inspections. The new pink slip did not carry a notation of "salvage" or junk".
*67 Vintage Burgundy 390GTA with most of the bells and whistles*