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    Hurricane Irma

    Quote Originally Posted by 81dmc View Post
    Hope DMCFL in Bonita will be safe from the forecasted flooding. I lived in Bonita Springs/ Naples for 11 years, but Irma is one hell of a monster!


    As always, prayers go out to all in the state of Florida.
    Thank you for your concern. Gulfcoast Motorworks survived the storm and other than power, phone outages, that was our only inconvenience. Bonita in general is still very much flooded and some business even on 41 still have no power. Its a bit of a war zone.

    All the cars were safely tucked away in the building and we certainly had them stacked in like sardines!

    Our prayers go out to anyone, anywhere who is experiencing the wrath of Mother Nature. The news is full of hardship for so many.

    Be well my friends.

    Mike
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    Quote Originally Posted by GCMW Deloreans View Post
    Thank you for your concern. Gulfcoast Motorworks survived the storm and other than power, phone outages, that was our only inconvenience. Bonita in general is still very much flooded and some business even on 41 still have no power. Its a bit of a war zone.

    All the cars were safely tucked away in the building and we certainly had them stacked in like sardines!

    Our prayers go out to anyone, anywhere who is experiencing the wrath of Mother Nature. The news is full of hardship for so many.

    Be well my friends.

    Mike
    Great to hear both DMCFL and GCMW made it out unscathed! At least Florida didn't get that record flooding we got over here in Houston, as that would have been devastating.

    Additionally, if there are any owners in Puerto Rico, I hope they stay safe. This season is really something else...
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    I have spoken to several car dealers lately and they have been furiously buying inventory BEFORE the flooded cars hit the market. None of them want to get caught with reclaimed salvage flood cars. They are expecting them to be recycled and put back into the market. If anyone is thinking of buying a car for the near future they should be VERY careful about what they are actually buying. Even if you get a factory warranty. This advice doesn't just apply to classic cars. a TON of new cars got flooded too.
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