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MINT Looking Corvette ZR1 was COMPLETELY Submerged In MUCK

For the vast majority of people who are looking for a vehicle to purchase, ...

For the vast majority of people who are looking for a vehicle to purchase, they’ve probably been conditioned to look at a car with a “salvage” or “rebuilt” title and immediately pass it by. For most folks, there isn’t a lot of value in taking on a risk on a car like this that they might not know how to repair or that, even if they do know how to repair, could present major issues for them in the future of ownership that could get costly. After all, everybody, when buying a new car, would like something that they could drive around as much as possible with as little maintenance required as possible. Bang for your buck is good, too.

However, when you ask someone like YouTuber, Samcrac, what he thinks of these “undesirable” cars that have shed some money off of their price tag due to different conditions like accidents or floods, he would probably tell you that instead of brushing off immediately, he would probably rather take a look at them closer with a magnifying glass to get all of the details about how they ended up where they are.

After all, while most of these cars aren’t in the bargain basement to the point where anybody would be willing to shell out the cash on them and they might still come with quite a serious price tag, it still could end up being quite a good deal if you can go through them with a fine tooth comb and find something that meets just the right set of criteria.

If you follow along down in the video below, you’ll be able to join in on this process as it follows a Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 that had suffered some flood damage. We get the opportunity to dig deep into this car, seeing not only the current ad for it but also some of the past ads that might introduce a little bit more information into the equation that could potentially sway your opinion in one direction or another.

This is definitely a video to watch if you’re looking into investing in a car that maybe has seen some better days but are willing to take a chance on it. Just because you’re taking a chance doesn’t mean that you have to go into it swinging blindly.





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