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

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  • Published on:  Sunday, May 19, 2019
  • 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 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/samcracc/Email Me: [email protected]: SamcracPO Box 713Odessa, FL 33556
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  • salty trucks bruh
    salty trucks bruh  3 months ago +730

    Sam buys truck
    Sam complains because a truck drives like a truck

  • Sean K
    Sean K  3 months ago +405

    I didn’t have to wait months for you to finish..... you did it in one video....legend

  • David B
    David B  3 months ago +427

    Can't wait for.
    Buying a TOTALED Ford F250 at Auction was a MISTAKE! It's WAY Worse Than I Thought!

  • Emmad Cheema
    Emmad Cheema  3 months ago +377

    literally no one
    Youtubers: I know you guys have been asking for this

  • AJ Mullin
    AJ Mullin  3 months ago +661

    Anyone else see that red bmw m3 in the back?

  • H&P auto
    H&P auto  2 months ago +49

    Buys f250. Gets a gas motor 😂

  • salvagedrover
    salvagedrover  2 months ago +58

    Even with the time-lapse, your cows move INCREDIBLY slow...

  • EFormance Engineering
    EFormance Engineering  2 months ago +52

    Sam, I have a 2002 Super Duty that was nearly totaled due to an accident like this. Your front frame section is bent over because someone was driving from left to right in front of the vehicle when the vehicle hit it broadside. I'd guess the impact speed was in the 20-30mph range based on the damage. What you don't realize is that the frames on this year truck are high tensile steel and cannot be "pulled" on a frame machine. Ford typically sells front frame sections, there is a parting line on the frame behind the front wheels where the section comes off. The bill to repair this truck easily exceeds $15,000. You have to pull the engine and cab, then remove the front frame section, attach a replacement section, reset the engine and body, then do the mechanical work to repair the coolers up front, then reassemble the front end, align the axle, then get a 4 wheel alignment.
    But here's the kicker, since that's a high tensile frame, Ford probably doesn't authorize the frame to be pulled to get the "diamond" out of the frame, which means this is a full frame replacement. Some insurance companies will total a vehicle if it needs a front subframe replacement (Farmers) some won't (Nationwide), but ALL insurers will total a vehicle if it needs a frame replacement. Because you can't "pull" the diamond out of the frame (according to Ford), the vehicle needs a full frame replacement. That costs about $10k to swap the frame out. To repair my 2002 super duty with the front frame pushed over 4" inches was $12,900. This involved heating and pulling the frame with a frame machine, because the earlier F-350 and below Super Duty trucks have mild steel frames. The F-450 and above, all years, have high tensile steel frames.
    If you don't repair the frame correctly, it will tow miserably and when you come to a panic stop, the vehicle will crab due to the thrust misalignment of the axles. My truck still has a clean title because it was repaired and Nationwide didn't total it. A girl in a PT Cruiser pulled out in front of me while traveling 45mph.

  • Welder NotMechanic
    Welder NotMechanic  2 months ago +21

    Driving F250
    says “ It has a trucky feel to it”-something a ridgeline owner would say LOL

  • Samcrac
    Samcrac  3 months ago +372

    If you can guess the exact number of love bugs that were smashed on the tail gate I'll give you a jar of love bugs.

  • SnowFall Apollo
    SnowFall Apollo  yesterday

    And most trucks have a 26 gallon tank standard

  • James Cooper
    James Cooper  2 months ago +69

    13:34 Punches the accelerator...watches the avg fuel mileage drop like Enron stock 😂
    That's a sweet truck and a great deal! I'm impressed with the 6.2. Great video!

  • Thomas B
    Thomas B  15 hours ago

    This full size truck... it drives like a truck. Odd.

  • Redchew10
    Redchew10  2 months ago +11

    You’re misleading people about the ARV of a truck like this by comparing it to a diesel version.

  • JohnStax
    JohnStax  3 months ago +835

    10/10 Purchase.
    The Damage, The Winning Bid and the mileage make it an absolute win.

  • Anthony Skracic
    Anthony Skracic  2 months ago +16

    Amazing deal because no one wants a gas engine F250.

  • R Shiery
    R Shiery  3 months ago +28

    You're not getting 35k for a '14 with a 6.2 gasser, just doesn't happen. 25-28k max.

  • Australian Turk
    Australian Turk  2 months ago +2

    Great buy man, this is my dream truck, would love to have one but living in Australia, this things goes for well over 100K n then some. Keep up the great videos.

  • Jay Gonzalez
    Jay Gonzalez  2 months ago +32

    That F150 creeped up like “WHAT THE FUKC YOU SAY BRO”!!? 😂😂😂

  • Noel Vande Slunt
    Noel Vande Slunt  3 months ago +2

    Your truck beats rich's hands down I think, but I wonder if the teslas have more torque