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!
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+ChrisFix yes sir your correct, especially when you find a bolt that wont budge, but personally i try to use wrenches/sockets any time i can, it makes me feel like i accomplished something when im finished.
I’m really surprised you didn’t replace the front bar. All you need is a drill and a little time. Drill out the welds and replace the part. Then weld the new one back on. A little spray paint and it like new.
Oh i see you scraped the frame for metal. And on a tow truck,i skipped that part but now i see it. I was wondering because everytime i ever took parts off my car then junked it the salvage guy would start bi*ching about it. He'd say, "Ohhh you picked it clean,how we supposed to make any money on it." Freaking annoying as hell. No respect at all. It was MY car. And is there trouble with title and emissions or do you just tell emissions its sold or what?
A mechanic I used to work beside used to part out del sols and civics. The most he would pay for a parts car was $1,000 CAD. He would strip the car and slowly over the next month you would see all the parts in the far unused bay dwindle. The one civic he bought for $800 and by the time he was done he had parted it out for $3,000 CAD. He did this any time he needed new tools or wanted to do something to one of his many 90's bmw's.
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