I Saved over $10,000 Buying 2 Prior “Theft Recovery” Cars at Auction! Was it worth it?

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Here is the major Garage Update for 2022! Also, we bought a Cadillac Escalade ESV and a BMW Alpina B7 both sight unseen, both prior Theft Recovery cars that were previously stolen! Both came with some major issues, but were they worth the risk???

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20 thoughts on “I Saved over $10,000 Buying 2 Prior “Theft Recovery” Cars at Auction! Was it worth it?

  1. Hi sam, I had a very similar problem with the clutch in my Audi A5 3.0TDI. The clutch pedal went straight to the floor on my way to work one morning and I had the car picked up and towed to my mechanic a couple of miles away. He couldn't find anything wrong with it at all, but he took the master cylinder off, took it apart but couldn't find anything wrong. He refitted it and was about to drop the box and look at the slave cylinder and as soon as he started the car the clutch was back. No idea how or why, but here were no more clutch problems from there until I traded the car in. Not saying that the same would happen to your r8, but just chucking in my 2 cents worth. Cheers, Frankie

  2. Great video Sam. I like the current direction of your channel with a little more domestic, and less Ferrari content. To me there's no joy in a car that breaks severely every 3 or 4 months of driving – no matter how good in runs between disasters.

  3. The head gasket fix doesn't surprise me at all – seen that silicate heat based stuff work many times – as long as you do the prep work & follow the instructions it usually works, and can last many thousands of miles – and if it doesn't work you haven't lost anything by trying other than a few dollars and some time (no, it won't gum up your radiator or destroy your water pump any of that nonsense people say about it)

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