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One Year Later: Living With Salvaged Flood Tesla

When it comes to saving money, there’s always some sort of appeal. After all, ...

When it comes to saving money, there’s always some sort of appeal. After all, most of us work hard for our money. Why would we want to just throw it in the breeze if we could be spending it on something productive? Because of this concept, there are all sorts of different ways to purchase just about anything. For example, take a walk through the local grocery store. Now tell us that there aren’t a dozen brands to choose from with each item. When it comes to vehicles, even, the decisions become even more diverse.

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For somebody who has a little bit of mechanical know-how, perhaps there is a pretty good opportunity to save some money on a vehicle. For those were willing to throw a little bit of elbow grease in the mix, sometimes, there might be a chance to grab a version of a vehicle at a lower price that would otherwise be expensive. This is a trend that has been absolutely blowing up on YouTube. It seems like YouTubers from far and wide are trying to pick up the cheapest version of a vehicle to see just how feasible it would be to use such a vehicle in their personal collection. Sometimes, these vehicles even become daily drivers.

By following along with the video below, we check out some of the trials and tribulations that come with a budget Tesla. In this particular example, Rich Rebuilds decided to invest his money into a car with a little bit of water damage. Most would advise him that purchasing such a vehicle would be plagued with gremlins for its entire lifespan. However, the determination to get behind the wheel of the Tesla Model S what override that fear. How would it work out in the long run? Well, we have the in-depth rundown in the video below that answers just that.

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