Mother Nature was hard on hotrods in Florida n surrounding areas....Any gasser hot rodder guys would already be stripping and cleaning. Some will bought by folks that just want an old car. If cars are at IAAI and Copart then insurance company have settled. IAAI and Copart means they are designated as salvage total losses. This how the company makes part of the money they pay out for the loss. What an owner may do in the that situation after settling. He would have first bid to buy the salvage back as a deduction of the total loss settlement. I would work with the insurance company to keep the car and get it cleaned and repaired. Or it may also be an opportunity to get rid of the old car and move on. If I had a favorable agreed value. You must be very careful of flood cars both IAAI and Copart charge extra but they will "clean" a car before taking pictures making it hard to determine the actual level of the damage. IAAI and Copart both will sometimes make a mark on the body showing the water level prior to that cleaning. Salt water is the most serious flood damage and even trying to salvage body panels can later lead the corrosion coming from salt. While I do feel bad of all those folks who lost their homes and vehicles, there's always a silver lining. Salvage yards will now have more of those hard to find parts. I'll be looking for some headlight lenses. Salvage yards are very aware of the value of some hard to find or no longer produced items. I don't expect anything to be cheap.