I took every nut and bolt off mine and so far I cannt complain about it being a ton of work some of these flood cars look to be a good deal these isnt alot of electrical on the old muscle cars compared to the newer cars, if I had the extra money I think I would try to buy one :yes: there is also a 69 chevelle ss thats a f looded carjust how much work would one of these flood damaged cars need???
Very good point. That site has about 250 classic cars that are flood damaged. What a shame. I lost my daily driver due to Hurricane Sandy but not because of flood damage. The wind knocked over my 100 year old oak tree and it smashed my car. Thank God my Nova was safe in the garage and no trees fell on itNot just salt water that flooded the cars. Other stuff like home heating oil, gasoline, sewage.. you name it. Yuck.
if you look closely at the side view of the interior it actually looks like there is rust on the shoulder strap seat belt buckle hanging from the headliner of the car. I hate to say but I would pass on this one.Looks like it was fully or almost fully under. Signs of water in engine comparment/on air cleaner.