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At least the door handles didn't break.Let's try to hold over a tonne of car by the door to stop it from swimming the second time around shall we.

  He won't even notice the rust once it forms.

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12 minutes ago, Fab1 said:

At least the door handles didn't break.Let's try to hold over a tonne of car by the door to stop it from swimming the second time around shall we.

  He won't even notice the rust once it forms.

Ford's are standard with rust 😁.

Mine is anyway...

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1 hour ago, motiondave said:

Ford's are standard with rust 😁.

Mine is anyway...

And any x series comes standard with broken door handles.

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The door handles were a "feature" on those, the cheap after market ones broke in no time, the genuine ones lasted a while at least.

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What a shame. looked like a really nice car, at best a full loom and electronics restoration at worst just crush it for scrap.

Frank

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Immersion of a car over the dashboard in salt water creates an automatic statuary wright-off.  If insured full payout and vehicle cannot ever be re-registered.  Ron

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Hurts to watch.

had one on my P’s, think if I was there, I would have jumped in after it,,,don’t know if it would have been before or after letting the cameraman know to put the phone away, & lend a hand.

looked like a pretty busy day, hats off to those who helped??

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why did he not try opening the back doors ,unless the door handles were broken . To let the water pressure out ,if he did i reckon he would of saved it,

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