Rebuilding a Wrecked 2016 Subaru BRZ

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  • Published on:  Saturday, July 21, 2018
  • Rebuilding a Wrecked 2016 Subaru BRZ Limited Part 1.


  • TreachourusJdogg  6 months ago

    The way they put them in the trailer looked like the one rear ended the other 😆

  • JohnStax  6 months ago

    TreachourusJdogg 😂

  • humansoup  6 months ago

    The high up damage looks like he rear ended a pickup truck and the trailer hitch receiver is what got into the engine and pulled the crash bar out.There was an accident in front of my house a few years ago and a PT cruiser rear ended a truck. They were stuck together because of the hitch.

  • Thomas Hess  6 months ago

    that's exactly what happened

  • djmips  6 months ago

    that makes sense to me. I was trying to figure out how it got speared from front and above.

  • vin digi  6 months ago

    revving to 6k 5 seconds after starting a car that sat for months.. genius

  • Me Billly  5 months ago

    vin digi dude fr

  • William Ramsay  6 months ago

    Surprisingly how few people know not to do this! Also how few people know what a salvaged or rebuilt title is and how very few know haw a salvaged title is 'washed' clean.

  • tatogdg  6 months ago

    I love this car! Subaru BRZ! Thank you for making it shine again!

  • NickZtech  9 months ago

    How much did you pay for each?

  • Ted Harvey III  7 months ago

    Subb'd... first time watching your channel...

  • Al Christensen  6 months ago

    Don't they usually unbolt the subframe and drop the engine (and front suspension) out the bottom?

  • Antonio Alegria  7 months ago

    I’m watching all your videos mate good work !

  • Greg Ward  5 months ago

    the damage is easy to figure out, the car hit the breaks, caught some nose dip, and hit the ass end of a Truck with a tow hook, It's bump went for under the bumper of the truck (on the way in) But the hood hit it, and when it came time to separate them, the tow hook is now caught on the bumper of the car, and the tower truck drivers just pull them apart

  • charles fair  11 months ago

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