The car market of the Far East will fill the car-drowned

The car market of the Far East will fill the car-drowned


A powerful Typhoon forced the Japanese to hide the cars in the Parking lots of shopping centers, but not everyone was lucky.

On Saturday, Japan was hit by Typhoon “Hagibis”, which is called the strongest since 1958. The speed of wind gusts reached 180 km/h, many prefectures of the country flooded. Social networks are full of photographs filled Parking lots in the malls and destroyed the machines that hide failed.


Here are the images from Twitter user 1987Camaro305, who managed to bring his Chevrolet Camaro third generation on safe Parking. There’s also stashed the car some of its neighbors – you can see the red Ferrari. It is in the North-East of Central Tokyo.

But what happened to the machines that failed to shelter from bad weather:

Unfortunately, usually after such disasters in the secondary market has a lot of cars, drowned. Cars seriously damaged by water, restore and sell and the new owners are then faced with the inevitable problems. The secondary market of the Far East consists mostly of used cars from Japan, so soon it probably will be “survivors” in the Typhoon model.

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