+1.Interesting site. I've been getting a lot of buyers with 360 Spiders lately. Their cars are worth less than the damaged cars are asking for on the site. Wonder what they are smoking. They need to pass it around.
Maybe this is the project that I need to get into for this coming spring.Or a good start for a purpose built track car. Replace the stuff that is probably suspect (wiring loom, drivetrain, ECU, dash).
I have actually asked about it. Waiting on a response...+1.
On the same site there is also a damaged McLaren F1 GTR looking to someone make an offer.
In all likelihood, any modern flood salvaged car's CPU/ECU will be fried. Even with the car turned 'off,' all modern cars still are using small amounts of battery to monitor something -- usually a security unit. If there is any electricity flowing through a circuit board and water pours over it, the chips will be fried. Even if you could be sure no electrical units were being used during the flood, there are typically enough mineral deposits in water that once the water dries, they create a bridge connection between some circuits and will fry critical systems once electricity is applied.I have actually asked about it. Waiting on a response...
On another note, there are a couple other cars I am interested in knowing some things about. For instance, the Red 911 Turbo. A lot, almost all, of the flood damaged ones, wont start. Why is this? I am thinking it could be a battery issue and other issues. Just how hard would it be to get a flood damaged car back up on its feet. Someone mentioned a Mustang they did. Well done :up:. But this could be a little different. I dont know. I would look into it if I knew what I was getting into and with a car with a history like this, its a big gamble...
Cant' hear you! La la la la la.Did you guys miss my post? I was browsing this site in 2003. They just pull different pictures from different auto auctions, get you to join and pay the membership fee.. and then you get nothing.. Maybe they will give you an email address that no one ever replies to..