You brought up a very good point Trashlord..
One of the MAJOR differences between the New Orleans flooding and the NE flooding is what was in the water.
New Orleans flood water besides having the sewage also had several other elements.. chemicals and salt water.
One of the problems with a regular flood damaged car is the interior. They never get properly dried out and mold and mildew set in, expecially in the upholstery, carpeting and panel liners.
If Cindy had found mold under the taillight assembly, I'd lean more towards a flood bike. As it looks though, I'd say no.. just accumulated road grime that you don't normally get to.
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