Meet The New Build!

In this episode I unveil the new build!
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DISCLAIMER: I am not a Copart employee, so this advice is based on my own experience. You should contact Copart before making any purchase if you have questions or concerns.

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Music:
Running Out Of Love (Instrumental Version) – Mikael Persson
Fareoh – Cloud Ten

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22 thoughts on “Meet The New Build!

  1. Chris, there's a "ripping tool" that my mother used to use to open a seam on clothing. She made a lot of custom clothes and tailored them to fit. It has a handle similar to a screwdriver but the blade is flat and has a rounded point to slip through the stitching without damaging the material. You pull it back toward you and the hook-shaped blade will cut the stitching as you pull it back. Used carefully, it won't damage the seat and all you might have to cleanup would be around the holes from the stitching in the leather.

    You can find these things at a sewing supplies store or maybe a craft shop. I'm pretty certain someone there can give you a much more accurate name for this gizmo but that's the way the thing works. I've used it many times but don't own one… Good Luck.

  2. I appreciate that you caught yourself on the negativity. That was very diplomatic and while I would've defended your right to throw shade as much as I would've defended the original owner's right to mod his car, I think that finding common ground is really admirable.

  3. I know that all of these disappointments are a bummer for you but it sure makes for a satisfying build! After all who wants to see an easy build?

  4. I buy over 500 cars a year at Copart and that buy was hard to watch. Too many unknowns about the car, plus all the extra expenses. WAY too risky in my opinion.

  5. It could have been a dealer mod and made a ton of money for the dealer.? Then the buyer hit hard times and sold it. The second buyer might have been the guy who sold the parts after driving it up to 111000

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