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Old 02-04-2013, 11:41 PM
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I worked as a tech for a few years. I would never buy a water damaged car unless you're willing to replace harnesses and electronic components and then deal with the body work. Honestly don't buy a car you can't afford new parts for, it always ends in debt and/or disaster.

The reason why the car has a salvage title is because the insurance company calculated the cost of repairing the vehicle and it was a high enough figure that it wasn't worth fixing. So they cut a cheque for the owner (cheaper) and sent the car off to a salvage auction.
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