They got 'em dried out and cleaned up.
It's buyer beware as usual .
They’ve been drenched, soaked and submerged, and now, some warn flooded cars are being put up for sale.
“The earliest cars damaged this season are starting to hit the market,” says Larry Gamache of Carfax. According to Gamache, “They’ll move them as far away from the flood damage area as possible to areas where people aren’t suspecting that a car could be flood damaged.”