Rebuilding A Wrecked 2014 Dodge Viper TA "TIME ATTACK" PART 6

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  • Published on:  Thursday, December 6, 2018
  • This is by far one of the biggest rebuilding challenges we have faced! However with your help we are making it happen. We have learned so much already and are happy to take you guys right along the journey. This rare 2014 Dodge Viper TA is going to be a mean machine when it is complete. Follow along and see what happens next!!!

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  • ThatGuyNamedScott. C  (Dec 6, 2018))

    ORANGE BELTS!!!!

  • Future Vlogger  (Dec 31, 2018))

    ThatGuyNamedScott. C You

  • Fox James  (Dec 9, 2018))

    Yes orange belts

  • mark mayall  (Dec 7, 2018))

    check the steering shaft for the steering wheel if it has collapsed

  • pupbiking  (Dec 6, 2018))

    Yes Seriously dont think kitty hair is going to hold the repairs..i have did alot of fiberglass repair on snowmobile hoods and usually lay a mat of it over the repair.. but like some comments said the quarter panel is not fiberglass,, so its probably not going to stick as soon as they bolt it on they will find out it just comes apart and go o crap but yes they will learn ...

  • Joseph Dallape  (5 days ago))

    Fiberglass resin is the main property in fiberglass work. The resin melts the fiberglass fibers to form the bond. You can use it on plastic but it needs to be backed with chop strand, 1708 etc.

  • Frank  (Jan 23, 2019))

    pupbiking ‘I have done a lot’*

  • Harry Lopez  (Dec 6, 2018))

    We want thomas the technician working on the next video!

  • HKRXPRS  (Dec 7, 2018))

    You guys would have been much better to just fill in the damaged section on your original panel rather than cutting off all those structural points and mounts from arguably the better panel.

  • bill nalder  (Dec 6, 2018))

    Ya you guys should start putting 'artifacts' up on your wall detailing the history of the builds, that Viper air bag would be a great start!

  • Hunter Romine  (Dec 9, 2018))

    I was reading the comments and watching the video I came across this comment when they were talking about the steering wheel air bag on the wall coincidence 🤔 I think not

  • Bryan Gonzalez  (Dec 6, 2018))

    All the airbags from every build

  • Repman1109  (Dec 6, 2018))

    I would just either get a better quarter panel or buy one from the dealer. Seems like a mickey mouse job . Especially if everyone is saying they’re plastic parts and ur repairing w fiberglass. Ur depreciating the car even more .

  • nikodemious frazier  (Jan 22, 2019))

    https://www.thebalance.com/how-to-get-a-salvage-title-removed-on-a-vehicle-527543twords the bottem of the page, it differs state to state and its normally worth less because it isn't usually considered a"clean" title but i believe there are a few states that are a bit looser.

  • thehitchmaster  (Jan 22, 2019))

    +nikodemious frazier from my experience, you get a "rebuild-able" title when you buy a totaled vehicle, then you have to have the vehicle inspected to get the "salvage" title. I have never seen where you can get a salvaged vehicle re-instated to a normal titled status. I would need to see proof of this. I honestly don't believe its possible. But i do commend these young men, they do an incredible job fixing these wrecked cars, and their attention to detail is far superior to most pros.

  • Bagdadsky_Hornik  (Dec 8, 2018))

    it almost looks like it would be easier to just cut the good part of the replacement and stick it into your damaged one

  • Zalva  (Dec 7, 2018))

    would have been better if you had cut a hole from the grey quarter panel and paste it on the orange one instead of pasting small pieces on the grey one

  • mopartshemi  (Dec 7, 2018))

    try using 3M panel bond not fiberglass filler way less messy and easy to apply as needed