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Anyone reading this post should know that this sounds like a flood car. The rust and seat belts are telltale signs. Unfortunately if you are buying a used car there are many unscrupulous people selling re-titled vehicles. Some things to look for are seat belts that are hard to pull and gritty sounding, premature rust spots, unusual stains and musty odors and if there are stains that look to be in a straight line on interior panels RUN AWAY! There are more signs but one of the best ways to be sure is do your research. Carfax and have an independent inspection done. This will cost some money but it'll be worth it.Report it
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