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Old 02-04-2013, 08:12 PM #5
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If you are a very good mechanic and have appropriate set of tools, troubleshooting equipment, and time; a water damaged car can be a good deal. However, the cars your talking about are expensive to repair cause parts are expensive. A more common GM, Dodge, or Ford would be a better bet. If I got a fantastic deal I would buy a car with water damage, but my electrical skills are excellent.
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