Part 1: ABC's "The Lookout" investigates how a flood car was sold at auction and put up for sale.


    • Trucker 23
      Trucker 23

      Never buy flooded cars, salt wires and harnesses will be corroded after a while and you are not going to be able to drive, VERY RISKY

      about 3 days ago
    • Bedford

      Wallace Nissan in Kingsport Tenn does this shit. Do not buy any car or truck from Wallace Nissan in Tennessee.

      about 3 days ago
    • Sifter of Gold
      Sifter of Gold

      Son of a bitch😠ehere is the rest of the story Goddamit ? Paul harvey wants to know this shit 🤔

      about 5 days ago
    • toney ingram
      toney ingram

      The government don't care they get tax off the junk

      about 7 days ago
    • David Hopkins
      David Hopkins

      Rule #1. Never ever buy a car that had anything to do with New Jersey! In fact,dont ever go to New Jersey

      about 7 days ago
    • Thirty Three
      Thirty Three

      So who does USAA car insurance get to auction off their damaged cars?

      about 9 days ago
    • Paige Miller
      Paige Miller

      Keystone Chevrolet Sand Springs Oklahoma does it every day and if you traded a car in for payment towards the flood car when you prove its a flood car you loose your trade and payment

      about 11 days ago
    • CpKz

      Salty water is like cancer for cars

      about 17 days ago
    • Gevimar Estella
      Gevimar Estella

      You don't actually have to pay for a car report just to verify if a car has a flood damage. For instance, is generous enough to disclose flood damage records without asking anything in return. So, there is no excuse to check vehicle history, even if you were broke.

      about 19 days ago
    • Larry Hunt
      Larry Hunt

      That's as heavy as gravity!↪️⚖️☮️⚖️↩️™

      about 21 day ago
    • bill sedman
      bill sedman

      salt water cars that live on beach's in ft Lauderdale in the parking garage, not under water but ,the salty air blowing off ocean in 2 to 5 years elect problems start ,elect windows, elect mirrors, elect seats ,fan, defroster, light bulb connections, fuse panel, bad electrical connections start breaking on your car truck adding more times for you to stop at auto shop for repair, or be towed for repair. The cars that were under water these repairs start now and keep breaking the life of the car, and parts keep falling off from rust.

      about 23 days ago
    • Ozarks Farmer Hansen
      Ozarks Farmer Hansen

      When Wall street big Banks wants to create a Bank that will suck in active and Veterans Military people how do you do it you ask you hire a Retired 125 thousand dollar a year General then take over a Bank that was connected to the Military for years.

      about 1 month ago
    • Sir Cosmo
      Sir Cosmo

      20k, flood damaged, my god, and it was a SIX LEAKER??? The curse is real

      about 1 month ago
    • MarcellusTheGreen

      Title laundering has been around for a long time.  A few states used to actually facilitate it.  And CarFaxx is total sheeyit.   And where's the rest of the story?

      about 1 month ago
    • Juan Manuel Penaloza
      Juan Manuel Penaloza

      I have no problem with fixing up cars. If anything I encourage it. Just fix it until it's fully functional and safe.

      about 1 month ago
    • Hitachi 42 inch TVs are power consuming monsters
      Hitachi 42 inch TVs are power consuming monsters

      0:39 rest in peace Ford Mustang 😭

      about 1 month ago
    • Hunter Hughes
      Hunter Hughes

      The problem is the auction... issues are not announced often. Leading to people buying mis leading vehicles. Sometimes the buyer will catch it...

      about 1 month ago
    • Zackary 1928
      Zackary 1928

      That truck would’ve been good for parts

      about 1 month ago
    • Shawn Villalobos
      Shawn Villalobos

      Insurance companies are scammers

      about 1 month ago
    • Christopher Smith
      Christopher Smith

      Bro the news reporter is driving the peterbilt, I’ll be damned

      about 1 month ago
    • Rubble Johnstone
      Rubble Johnstone

      I'd buy it provided it was honestly marked as flood damaged, problem is it wasn't

      about 1 month ago
    • Dean Guando
      Dean Guando

      What is so shocking.

      about 1 month ago
    • trollinU

      anything can be rebuilt and theres a lot of good mechanics that can do it right

      about 1 month ago
    • 98 12 valve
      98 12 valve In reply to trollinU

      trollinU you really don’t know what happens to flooded vehicles. Almost nothing is salvageable. That salt will eat the frame in 5 years, the body will rust in 5 years, the interior will deteriorate in 5 years, all the electronics will fry. The engine will seize anyway cause it’s a 6.0 powerstroke but the salt will help that time bomb tick even faster. So nope

      about 1 month ago
    • Neil P71
      Neil P71

      You want to tell us that the used car lot didnt even detail this truck before they flisted it for sale?

      about 1 month ago
    • Neil P71
      Neil P71

      Any salvaged or totaled vehicle fixed and inspected by the state WILL NOT have a clean title. It will have a reconstructed title showing that it was declared totaled by the insurance agency then fixed and inspected accordingly. If a used car dealership has a clean title and does not indicate the vehicle was totaled due to a flood or a crash, they are scamming customers.

      about 1 month ago
    • Neil P71
      Neil P71

      As far as I know, any dealership licensed to buy salvage vehicles and gets them repairs and inspected accordingly will sell the vehicles with reconstructed type title. A salvaged/totaled cant have a clean title even after repairs and inspections were done.

      about 1 month ago
    • Conny Van den Bosch
      Conny Van den Bosch

      about 1 month ago
    • Conny Van den Bosch
      Conny Van den Bosch

      I am 100% convinced that somewhere at that airport 2 front wings and a left door were available for my 2000 Dodge Dakota and that for a minimal price.
      In the event of such a disaster, the insurance companies should make a list of all vehicles that are no longer allowed on the road and before destroying them, give everyone the opportunity to dismantle parts for a low price.

      about 1 month ago
    • James Jamoson
      James Jamoson

      New Jersey's in the heartland?

      about 1 month ago
    • Matthew Fletcher
      Matthew Fletcher

      i would buy a car that was in a flood so it don't get scraped if fixed or not

      about 1 month ago