I Bought a TOTALED Ford F250 at Salvage Auction and Rebuilt Most of it in a Few Hours!

I bought a really cheap salvage Ford F250 Lariat Crew Cab, non powerstroke diesel, gasser at the salvage auction. It’s an amazing deal on a truck and the repairs were so simple it only took me a few hours

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21 thoughts on “I Bought a TOTALED Ford F250 at Salvage Auction and Rebuilt Most of it in a Few Hours!

  1. That ain’t a truck lol that’s a over sized grocery shopper for large arsed yanks who can no longer fit into a normal car, I can just imagine the amount off diesel or god help me petrol not that any yank would be so stupid to buy a petrol one surly but I would like to know the MPG on the derv one.

  2. Hey Sam, no snow down there? And doesn't the accident show up on the trucks history? Won't that depreciate the value of the truck?

  3. Does not look like it needed to be totalled. I was a witness of a crash between a F-250 and equivalent size ram truck.
    They both had that I AM BIG DOG OF THE ROAD KNEEL TO ME style of driving and well the ram and ford both ran into each other with that style of driving and their full facia and bumper fell off and I laughed my ass off. Never drive like you are the king of the road as it will backfire on you in surprising ways.

  4. 14.5k bid and 15k out the door out the auction? Unbelievable! Where do you go and what membership do you have. Lol. Not being a douche – I typically account for 20% upwards over my bid.

  5. Fixing the radiator cowling with epoxy resin is allright, but any plastic like this subject to vibration is better off fixed with metallic stitches or staples fused joining the broken parts. Epoxys tend to unstick sometimes, but staples will survive as much as the original part

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