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Proceed with caution. Although maybe not a deal-killer, if it does need a flexplate you would want a price drop accordingly.
Diagnose this first before continuing. If the rest of the car is clean and this appears to be the only major problem (and not an internal engine knock), it could make a nice car. Or you could walk away from it.
 

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Flexplate = Flywheel. You may see shiny spots on the torque converter bolt heads if they are hitting on the block. A cracked flywheel can also be noisy. Locate the noise source from underneath the best you can.
 
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