Auto Repair Shop Tried Ripping Off my Stepmom $914 for a 2 Minute Repair!

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When Samcrac was forwarded a $914 quote from his stepmother for a simple repair on her Ford Crown Victoria, he couldn’t handle the price. He drove several hours to find out that she had just avoided a BIG scam. He begins the repair but CAN HE FINISH???

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36 thoughts on “Auto Repair Shop Tried Ripping Off my Stepmom $914 for a 2 Minute Repair!

  1. “Sam’s actually drilling my undercarriage…”
    “Let’s grease that hood latch”
    “I want to giggle the nozzle and play with it all the time”
    😅

  2. As a young guy I should of learned, never help anyone. I had a mate back in the early 90's whose Grandma was ripped off by a mechanic. She had paid top dollar for a service on an old 120y Datsun, which was on it's last legs. It was running properly before she took it there and wasn't after she picked it up. I tried driving it and it was running very poor. I said to her, let's go to the guy and I'd have a wor with him and she didn't want that. She asked me if I could tune the car. I'm no mechanic, but my older brother taught me how to tune a car when I first bought one and I owned a Datsun (1600 or 515 in the U.S.) and it's basically the same, so I said ok. I looked and the guy had done nothing. Everything looked old, leads plugs, oil etc. So I went and bought everything from scratch and I said to her, I will tune it once a year, but if anything should go wrong like a clutch or brakes, you'll have to find someone else. I did not charge her as I'm no mechanic, just a friend of the family, only parts. The car ran and ran well. But, from then on anything that went wrong with the car was MY FAULT according to the family. About 3 months later the front brakes wore out MY FAULT. Six months later clutch went MY FAULT. After that I never touched her car again. The engine ran smoothly for two years, never broke down or over heated. Two years later a relative from the country who was a mechanic, but had retired many years ago serviced the car and complained about the way I tuned it. I mean two years after I tuned it. Also he said the gaps on the points and plugs were way out.. I measured them with a "Feeler Gauge" and how did he measure them, the old Aussie country way "the width of a broken hacksaw blade". It was then I stopped talking to these people and moved on with my life. I now own two houses and my former mate lives in government housing..

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