Copart: Totaled supercars with almost NO DAMAGE sell cheap. Copart Rebuild Projects!

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  • Published on:  Saturday, January 26, 2019
  • In today's video I am showing you guys 5 cars that were at Copart Auto Auction and they had very minor damage. The cars you will be seeing are Nissan GTR Nismo, Nissan GTR base, Ferrari California, Ferrari 488, Mercedes Benz AMG GTR, Ferrari FF.Find the true history of Salvage Auction Cars: https://autoauctions.io?ref=johnstaxFollow MeSnapchat: John_StaxTwitter: https://twitter.com/JohnStax6/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/john_stax/Email: thanks to my favorite youtubers who inspired me:Samcrac, Goonzquad, Tavarish and B is for Build. And most recently TJ Hunt since he purchased a 458.
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  • Vehicle Virals  5 months ago

    That AMG GTR moment thoo 😍

  • FLVZ z  8 days ago

    Lildstoeck’s Clash correct me if im wrong but thats the only facto(r)y(edit) color it has that i know

  • Soffi Dossi  9 days ago

    Vehicle Virals same

  • Ferrari California got sold because wife wanted it blue

  • Patrick Star  10 days ago

    I'm mostly mad she would choose blue lmao

  • Dwight Brown  13 days ago

    I saw a apple red Jag license plate "washis" had to laugh.

  • Rainy-II  5 months ago

    That carbon GTR was a total steal!

  • Joel P  3 days ago

    But the guy put carbon on the fender WHY NOT THE ROOF

  • @nathan hensn I agree. This applies to the majority of vehicles on copart. Im an experienced rebuilder. I started looking at purchasing cars on copart to rebuild and resale. I bid on several. But for the price they go for, once you factor in everything you mentioned, there is virtually no profit margin.

  • cloud ix  5 months ago

    If I had the amg I would of just drove it with its battle scar.

  • Orbss  4 days ago

    @france24 i can see that

  • france24  4 days ago

    @Orbss thats why no one invites him

  • edwin de guzman  5 months ago

    No one's buying the ferrari cuz the maintenance will kill them.

  • @Teodor Markovic exactly

  • lyri0  13 days ago

    but you could just flip it for profit instead of driving it

  • Edmond  5 months ago

    Mercedes AMG GT is the best buy

  • Robert Borowski  3 days ago

    Great buy replace the door then enjoy and maintain.

  • @Sahd Qasim actually if u are in the us u can order the part directly from the dealership.. no problem there.. most of rich guys dont want damaged goods so they sell it even its just a minor accident

  • Leo Lee  4 months ago

    75g for a farrari, another 100g for the repairs lol

  • SP1TF1RE  3 days ago

    Lmao are you 11?

  • MizzBrah  12 days ago

    Farrari? And g? Lmao you are retarded??

  • g s  4 days ago

    I’m still waiting to see the cheap cars with no damage.

  • Jose Fernandez  4 months ago

    IMO the FF wasn’t such good value. You can find those for just a little more with a clean title, or buy an earlier one and spend even less. Depending on mechanical condition, the regular R35 would be a great candidate for a track car. Just slap one some carbon doors, get a pair of TE37s and do a nice checkup/tuneup.

  • Brian Tucker  9 days ago

    Every 10,000 miles,that Ferrari needs a timing belt. You need to remove motor to do this. $15,000