Copart Auction Win #1 Revealed!! Flood!!

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  • Published on:  Friday, November 9, 2018
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  • bill nalder
    bill nalder  9 months ago +125

    Its a Caddy, so its cocaine not sugar!..haha

  • Tom Chapman
    Tom Chapman  2 months ago +3

    I am a $1,000 BUYER for that one while still at yard! Missed it - DANG!! Do good on it!

  • nibbzs15
    nibbzs15  9 months ago +2

    Did you get your gold uber points 😂

  • argonian bilbo
    argonian bilbo  9 months ago +26

    Maybe someone drove through some deep water and the intake sucked up water, then they replaced the filter. That thing looked too clean to be the original filter. Water wasn't deep enough to have any intrusion into the car though.

  • BikesBabesandBangBangs

    Dumps a gallon of water out of the oil pan then proclaims "there's no sign this was ever in a flood". 🤔

  • Jimbo Slice
    Jimbo Slice  9 months ago +1

    I've been loving these videos. Got on a huge Samcracc kick and found yours, keep up the great work

  • mick weld
    mick weld  9 months ago +1

    Hi these engines are notorious for timing chain problems they use the same engine in the australian commodores.

  • john moncrieff
    john moncrieff  9 months ago +1

    With that much water in the sump it sounds to me that the engine has hydraulic-ed and possibly bent a rod or valve so be very careful.

  • Gwab Mpofu
    Gwab Mpofu  7 months ago +1

    that looks like insurance fraud, lots of them out there!!. tell us how its running now. !!

  • safaa henry
    safaa henry  9 months ago +1

    I bought one for $1100 at a auction. Runs great 107k miles but dented in the front

  • Kurt Sumthinorother
    Kurt Sumthinorother  5 months ago +5

    You definitely should have pulled the plugs and put Mystery Oil in before you tried to turn it over. Pretty much the same procedure for any flood.

  • Ron's Easy Fix
    Ron's Easy Fix  2 months ago +1

    You guys are hustling man it's a really lucky thing you been doing you got that golden touch.

  • craig rennie
    craig rennie  8 months ago +1

    Don't know how I got here but glad I did great upload and subscribed I buy from copart in uk

  • gac914
    gac914  9 months ago

    Any car that's had that many A/C compressors is someone been changing the symptom, not the cause. What usually happens is the first compressor blew up and scattered bits of shrapnel throughout the system, so that each new compressor gets eaten up. What's needed is to evac the entire system, change the receiver-drier, and more than likely the expansion valve assembly, (wickedly small orifice in that valve, and chances are really good that it's also clogged.) A lot of work, but the only way to go!

  • William Egler
    William Egler  9 months ago +12

    Soon to be seen driving through your nearest ghetto!

  • Thirty Three
    Thirty Three  9 months ago +1

    Pressure test the cooling system. Its a simple test and it will see if the headgaskets are gone.

  • Ron Corrado
    Ron Corrado  9 months ago +12

    Rims are doodoo, put factory on it

  • Weird Beard
    Weird Beard  9 months ago +34

    Great video Randy. I really hope she runs. Good luck on it. Let me know if you need any help.

  • LRL Official
    LRL Official  9 months ago

    Great vehicle!👍 ”Does that milkshake (oil) bring all the boys to the yard!?” WOW! 😮 that’s A LOT of water!! 💦 However, those have to be THE MOST uncomfortable vehicle I’ve ever driven! Drove my Gma’s 04 SRX from FL to WI a few years ago. Something about the seat, idk, it certainly wasn’t what I expected for a Cadillac!👎

  • Adrian Galambosi
    Adrian Galambosi  5 months ago

    This car is obviously a fresh water flood car. Not too many signs but most of the electrical component goes most of the time. Also a lots of send kind of debris inside the engine. Learned 20 years ago that I never buy a flood car... except if I can get an exact same car as a donor car.