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Re: Readytofix.com (rx7racr)

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should be called
"FutureRaceCars.com"

http://www.readytofix.com/Inve...t.htm
"Here's a 1997 BMW M3 that was stolen and then recovered by the insurance company.  This is an insurance claim settlement vehicle.  Known Defects:  The passenger front seat, the stereo, the door panels and speakers were stolen and are missing."
you got it!!! the thieves already started the prep work for you!!!! http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
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Re: Readytofix.com (Obin Robinson)

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you got it!!! the thieves already started the prep work for you!!!! http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
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Re: Readytofix.com (StattlichPassat)

OMG!!!






A TRUE land shark!!! http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
For $3900!!!
 

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Re: Readytofix.com (Obin Robinson)

Quote, originally posted by Obin Robinson »

http://www.readytofix.com/Inve...t.htm
"Here's a 1997 BMW M3 that was stolen and then recovered by the insurance company.  This is an insurance claim settlement vehicle.  Known Defects:  The passenger front seat, the stereo, the door panels and speakers were stolen and are missing."
you got it!!! the thieves already started the prep work for you!!!! http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
obin

Ahahahaha!!!!! http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 

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Re: Readytofix.com (MartijnGizmo)

Great. Thanks. Like I wasn't having enough trouble deciding what to do, automotive-wise. Now I'm going to be thinking of a flooded bike or something too.
 

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Re: Readytofix.com (zella22)


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Here's a 1994 Turbo Supra with 6 speed that was stolen and vandalized with a hammer and then recovered by the insurance company. This is an insurance claim settlement vehicle. We do not provide repair estimates.


Speed Holes???
 

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Re: Readytofix.com (obvious510)

Exactly what would need to be replaced on a "flood damaged" car? Would the entire electronic system be toast?
 

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Re: Readytofix.com (impact)

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I wonder what kinda hammer put those bullet-shaped holes in the toyota...


I think they were circled in chalk, like a marker pen, for damage estimate purposes.. i know they do that with hail damaged vehicles (which, btw, are generally THE BEST totalled vehicles to buy from a mechanical standpoint)
 

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Re: Readytofix.com (vdubjb)

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How do you steal a new Porsche?

easy, same way you steal any other new car. there isn't a car out there that is beyond being foolproof.
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Re: Readytofix.com (Obin Robinson)

Any one notice the federalized R33? Probably the cheapest way of doing it in N.America. The owner must have been pissed! Less than a hundred of these cars driving around and one shows up here? The guy who bought it is probably one lucky SOB.
http://www.readytofix.com/Inve...t.htm
 

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Re: Readytofix.com (Armed Escort)

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Any one notice the federalized R33? Probably the cheapest way of doing it in N.America. The owner must have been pissed! Less than a hundred of these cars driving around and one shows up here? The guy who bought it is probably one lucky SOB.
http://www.readytofix.com/Inve...t.htm

or the f40? that would make a nice track car
 

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Re: Readytofix.com (G30ff)

Flooded vehicles can be a real pain. It depends on how high the water got, how long it was in there, etc. I would think that any electrical box, relay, computer, etc that got wet will need replacement. The wiring itself should be okay, maybe remove and spray with WD-40 or something similar. The upholstery/carpet will have gotten soaked, inside the doors, speakers, radio, etc. Also, depends on if the motor got dunked and for how long. Flood cars are good candidates for total tear down and rebuild, unless you know exactly what the circumstances were, and that would probably only occur if it was your car to begin with.
 
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