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100 more pictures at: http://www.fototime.com/inv/245D7FC54794699 This is a loaded silver 2LT with black leather, heated seats, etc. It's brand new with just 9 miles on it. Flooded just to the bottom of the doors. Damaged modules and connectors were replaced and then programmed at a Chevy dealer. Interior was removed for a month to dry out before being replaced. No warning lights are on.

The reason I posted for a Vermont buyer is that the car has a Maryland salvage title branded, "For Parts," and Vermont is the closest state I know of that will convert the title to "Rebuilt Salvage" so it can be registered and driven. Price is $12,000 and it's going to take a while for me to get a title unless you are in Vermont.
 

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Took it to Vermont last week and started the paperwork. Got a temp tag and state inspection. Waiting for the salvage inspection appointment that could be a few months.
 

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There is a reason many(most) states branded this as a parts only vehicle.
Irony of it is you are trying to wash the title of a water damaged car.
Title Washing
 

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I've clearly stated it was a flood car and once the title comes back it will be a REBUILT SALVAGE title. It would only be washed if the title came back as a clean title.
 
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