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posted 01-01-2002 10:00 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for catterumpus     send a private message to catterumpus   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote   Search for more posts by catterumpus
At Klode.com a car auction in Denver there is a 2001 Mulholland for sale. In the pictures it looks clean on the outside and in the interior, but the info says is has drive train water damage. For someone with patience and some money to invest it could be interesting.

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It wouldn't surprise me if this is the same Mulloland that that I saw in the Lithia repair/hold lot in Denver this summer?

In a previous post I mentioned, that particular car had driven through deep water, and seized the engine. It's my understanding that the engine was replaced. The primary problem with the car is that the drive coupler failed and the floor board of the car got trashed in the process.
It was the worst I've ever seen. The drive shaft had actually chewed through the tub and into the bottom of the seats. I'll bet that was a exhilarating for whoever was driving the car that day!


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