Learn how to strip a parts car down to the frame so you can get all the car parts you need for your car and sell the extras to make a profit! I can actually pay for the parts car, and my good car with these parts! The best part was my dad's reaction at the end! Priceless!
Where I got the Parts Car: https://goo.gl/TQr4PM
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Where I got my car towed and made money: https://goo.gl/q1JvhY
Here is my Parts List: http://chrisfixed.com/JaguarPartsCar.pdf
How to Buy a Used Car (how I got the Jag): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvKbarVtwhUv6bjLhJSyaEOxaYy03j7QS
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Hey Chris I got a question, when you buy a parts car do you have to register it in your name since you're the new owner or do you just accept the delivery and do what you did and send it away????? Real serious question. Any help is highly appreciated
If frank mods cars like you do, your dad wouldn’t be driving the jaguar.
Edit: now that I think about it he could have a great looking jaguar and a new car from the profit generated from the parts car.
how do you figure out which cars to part out? And is there a way to get just parts that you can resell instead of having to spend more than a grand on a car? (im a highschool student just tryna make some cash)
I am just wondering are u mechanic did u teech ur self u seem good at doing stuff with cars. Do u have a video about how to do a break change because I have done one before but I need help remembering how to do one
You are awesome man really. I didnt know that your father have jag xtype and you make some repairs, i watch how you buy from Frank. Awesome. I also have the same Jag and still keep him from 2013. I change 4-5 cars, but the jag still in family.
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