Saw that. Canadian car (none of which had the Mac). It is pretty, though I will want a US-spec car, I think. I'm amazed at how as soon as one sells, like the quicksilver car today, up comes another one. Hopefully the next one will be a 4-option, white, US car!A white 3 option (non Mac) 2006 just went up for sale on BaT. 700 miles.
Good luck Kenneth!
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Your (former) car is on the auction site now. Can't get a link to work, but here are the pics https://www.iaai.com/Images/EnlargeImages?stockNumber=31267143&branchCode=817&salvageId=31731356Well, I heard from the insurance company today. Post-Katrina, they don’t allow customers to keep water damaged cars as a matter of policy. They were pretty reasonable on the value for the total loss.
On the bright side, it isn’t going to the crusher. It’s being picked up by IAA today and in the coming days/weeks it should appear on their website for auction. So….if anyone is looking for a car that’s been supremely well cared for and was only underwater overnight before seeing the error of its ways, keep an eye on the website!
Try thisYour (former) car is on the auction site now. Can't get a link to work, but here are the pics https://www.iaai.com/Images/EnlargeImages?stockNumber=31267143&branchCode=817&salvageId=31731356
... and here's a screenshot of the results when I searched "ford gt"
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