Anyone buying an xlr or any parts in the next 6 months to a year should really do research on who is selling and what you are buying. I have counted so far 28 xlr that are flooded and being sold. So far. I would say about 1/2 will be washed and resold and the other half will be parted out. Any electrical parts off these cars will be garbage. Headlights, tailights suspension and top modules will be hitting the market.they will be garbage. Rsin in these storms is salt water. Even cars inland will have salt water dsmage . a good dozen i looked at have the water lines above the hood level. If you are buying parts from a recycle shop, ask for the vin number that the parts are off of. in most states, it is the law that the seller give you that number and you can check to see if its off a flood car. As an old tv cop show said "be careful out there".