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The number of cars trashed when Hurricane Sandy tore through the east coast is continuing to rise with dealers and automakers now estimating that roughly 250,000 vehicles were ruined.
Hurricane Sandy was the most devastating blow to classic car collecting ever according to Hagerty Insurance.
What probably seemed like a post-apocalyptic precaution a few weeks ago is coming into play: electric vehicles as a reverse power source for homes.
Up to 200,000 units might need to be replaced in the wake of Hurricane Sandy according to the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA).
Hurricane Sandy ravaged much of the U.S. East coast this week, as the so-called “Frankenstorm” powered her way over the Appalachian Mountains, carrying rain and winds as far as the Midwest. Not surprisingly the automotive industry has been impacted by her rampage.