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Discussion in '612/599' started by 4re Nut, Sep 14, 2013.
I saw this as well.
A deal like this doesn't come down the river that often.
its for sale again.
who has owned it for the last few years??
Odd that ad says nothing about it being a salvage title though. Some sites now like Cargurus include "Auto check" reports in the ad body. I like that. At least for however accurate they are.
Actually, it does say "branded title".
Interesting. I didn't see that but looking back it does say "see our website Branded title" in the description. So do the rest of the cars on their site. Does this place only deal in branded title cars? I'm not saying their being deceptive but if it were my business I'd be more upfront about it.
wonder if it is worth bidding on......
if an fchatter has owned it, maybe he can tell us about it...
was a really nice car before it got caught in a flash flood
there is a pic floating around
yes, i saw that it had originally been owned by one of us, but i meant i wonder if an fchatter has owned it since it flooded.....
Do you think it even runs?
no, it looks like this same dealer has had it since the salvage sale
For sale yet again:
Did this car get caught in Hurricane Sandy?
I think his price is too high for a flood car even with low miles.
Its the most expensive parts car on the market.
this was owned by and fchatter. cant recall if he sold it and the new owner or he was caught in a flash flood
pics are here somewhere
It's mentioned earlier in this thread, fchatter sold it and the new owner was caught in the flash flood. Sad all around as that car is a magnificent spec.
Knock about $15k off that price, and it would make a great driver.
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