Turning A Salvaged Car Into A Street Legal Race Car Part 9

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, January 15, 2019
  • Who would've thought that a smashed car could turn into this! A extremely light weight turbo kit car! This car has come a long way from where it started, the junk yard. Watch as we bring this beast to life and put to the test on the track and street! Thanks for watching!!!

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  • Auto Auction Rebuilds  (Jan 15, 2019))

    Who else thinks off video they ripped it on the street?? ;)

  • Frederik Ulstrup  (5 days ago))

    the way he was smiling at 20:15 you just know

  • MrJohn613  (Feb 10, 2019))

    +Adam Reid its a chevy cobalt SS and the rev-limiter didn't bounce not even once. the onlt reason i watched the entire video was because i was waiting for the rev limiter he said he was gonna bounce. but he didnt, not even once

  • Wolf-J&C  (Jan 22, 2019))

    Anyone else see him hammering on the bearing and cringe? lol

  • RL Nelson  (6 days ago))

    Oh yea, painful to watch.

  • Marcos Diniz  (Jan 29, 2019))

    Yeah... lol

  • FixBroz  (Jan 15, 2019))

    First clean title car on goonzquads channel.

  • tgh117  (Jan 21, 2019))

    +Rolando Bernal I'll agree it was not crashed, but its still not the same as a title from a brand new car, this is some sort of builder title, very similar to what a rebuilt title would be.

  • Rolando Bernal  (Jan 17, 2019))

    tgh117 it wasn’t crashed.

  • caparzzo  (Jan 15, 2019))

    what i like about this channel is that they don't hold up nothing for content, they give you all content they can on one sitting. instead of stretching for more quantity content. cheers from Mexico.

  • Offshore Grease Monkey  (Jan 17, 2019))

    Guys never use a hammer to set the bearings of the shafts! You can damage the rollers with that Methode. Thumbs up to let the guys know!

  • slowstang88  (Jan 24, 2019))

    +Redline Automotive You're right there, because I'm not a moron

  • Redline Automotive  (Jan 24, 2019))

    ​+slowstang88 A master mechanic such as you would never stoop as low as to reuse oil for a break in period.

  • Buildz IOS  (Jan 15, 2019))

    1like = 1 extra horse power

  • Buildz IOS Haha not hating on you homie😂

  • Buildz IOS  (Jan 15, 2019))

    I should be Your English teacher thanks

  • ntx lsx racing  (Jan 16, 2019))

    "If it blows it goes" won't be saying that if that thing spews 200+ degree coolant on you back and neck lol but probably won't happenEdit:didn't realize they were intercooler hoses that shit ain't gonna get hot enough sorry for not paying attention

  • T Fred  (Jan 15, 2019))

    Cool build! Just a couple quick notes: 1. I don't know how hot that inter-cooler coolant gets, but I'd STRONGLY consider swapping to actual coolant hoses and metal or temp rated plastic fittings, add an expansion tank (the hot coolant needs room to expand), and a pressure relief (i.e. radiator cap). 2. You need some sort of shroud to protect you if a coolant hose or fitting let's go. 3. Don't beat on the intermediate bearing like that. In a pinch, use the old bearing to help seat the new one in the mou...

  • Brian Damiani  (Feb 13, 2019))

    if it blows, it goes.... to the hospital with 2nd degree burns.

  • Aaron Barker  (Feb 4, 2019))

    210 degrees and 12-14 psi will pop those fittings and hoses like nothing.

  • Mark Verloop  (Jan 15, 2019))

    You guys are GREAT! Wish Icould have done what you'redoing when I was your age.( I'm70 ! ).Love the 🐱 Thomas.Ought to get him a pair of goggles & take him for a ride.

  • Farisamin  (Jan 18, 2019))

    Agreed! Get him a pair of goggles and get ready to launch!! And be safe!

  • Jimothy Michaelz  (Jan 19, 2019))

    next build can be that big semi truck in your driveway