Buying Salvage Cars for Rebuild: Unibody Structure & Frame Damage Explained

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, June 21, 2017
  • Here I discuss front and rear end collision damage. Any questions or comments please let me know below!
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  • Fegley Fixes it  9 months ago

    That vent is not to let moisture out, they are called air extractors and are necessary because vehicle cabins today are practically sealed air tight to prevent exterior noises from entering the passenger cabin and lowering the perceived quality of the vehicle. Since the cabins are sealed, any air source can build up pressure in the vehicle cabin when the windows are closed. This can either be caused by the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system or by the door or trunk closure even...

  • Githis  1 years ago

    poor Mario

  • Arizona Colour  9 months ago

    XD

  • Jonathon Young  1 years ago

    Dude, this video has helped me out a million. Thank you

  • Your information is great! You certainly deserve more subscribers. I just found your channel today. Myself, I like rebuilding cars. I have bought 1 car off Copart so far. Keep up the great work. I like the tear down videos and the informational videos about Copart. I hope to see a lot more content from you! :)

  • Al Coholic  6 months ago

    Buy Mario a sandwich for Christ sakes

  • Win Fitz  5 months ago

    How much did the frame rail repair job set you back?

  • Cutting Edge Cool  6 months ago

    This is an excellent educational video!

  • Umar Gmail  2 months ago

    Very technical info. Thanks Sam

  • JBIRD FISHING  1 months ago

    Great video, relevant information even in 2019!

  • Brian Smith  1 years ago

    This was a very informative video, because I'm used to working with body on frame vehicles like trucks. It seems like you mostly work on Unibody cars with no frames which is harder to repair.

  • Samcrac  1 years ago

    +Brian Smith correct