Is it possible with today’s computerized cars to repair them good as new after it’s been flood, yes, would it cost a butt load of money to do so but you could do it, would I buy one only if it was very cheap.
So I went to the website and found this
2006 Subaru Impreza WRX STI
The site also states
““Clean Retail” value of $20,500”
So for a “discount” of $2,500 I get a car that has been flooded, that used parts off a wrecked car, wrecked bad enough that the insurance company totaled it. So I can’t look up the history, I can’t see if the maintenance was done. You really don’t know it the parts are the same, after all you don’t know if the parts came from the same model / year as the car you’re buying. You have nothing to go on really. I MIGHT take a chance if the car was $5,000 - $6,000 range.