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My $0.02...

As many know all too well, the pricing on used cars has gone insane lately. Unless you're planning to QUICKLY flip this car or can get it for the old salvage yard pricing ~25k I would steer clear. Otherwise by the time you're done, you might have as well bought a used Lotus and just driven it instead of wrenching for 100s of hours.

Forgot to ask.. I noticed the coolant expansion tank and exhaust are removed and, I think, the fuel line is disconnected. Seems odd, I would ensure you have the full story on the extent of the damage including that which took place after the wreck.
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