Rising waters Saturday night had workers rushing to move high priced luxury vehicles ath this Fairfield Mercedes dealership.
Flood waters have once again taken its toll on the Globe Mercedes dealership in Fairfield, NJ.
"It happened in 07, so I guess we're kind of used to it," said Nicole Ginis who's family owns the 40 year old business.
Rising waters Saturday night had workers rushing to move high priced luxury sedans and convertibles out of the way and over into the parking lot of a nearby Cadillac dealership in West Caldwell.
"It's upsetting!" Said Ginis. "But we'll get through it."
The dealership's showrooms are flooded.
Tuesday, the parking lot looked more like a man made lake than a salesperson's turf.
Dozens of customers, who were waiting on their wheels, were out of luck.
"Customers have been calling," said Ginis. "We're trying to get back in business as soon as possible to get their cars to them."
The family hopes to have the business back open and running smoothly by wednesday morning.
It was too earl to get an estimate on the amount of damage caused by the flood.