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Junkyard 1956 Buick Hack! - Roadkill Ep. 53

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  • - This time on Roadkill, we go digging
  • for our new project car.
  • - It is the episode of the century.
  • Buick Century.
  • (engine revving)
  • (hard rock music)
  • (up-tempo, country-inspired music)
  • - So Dave and I are here in Tennessee.
  • It's Monday.
  • We're at a junkyard with no name,
  • and it's full of cars hidden in bushes, and right now,
  • we're going to find something we can rescue by Friday.
  • - [Dave] Where are we?
  • - It's spelled Lebanon,
  • but here they say Lebanin, Tennessee.
  • Hey, Sammy.
  • - [Dave] A couple months ago, Finnegan was hanging out
  • with some fans who mentioned that they knew this guy, Sammy.
  • - [Mike] Sammy's a character.
  • I don't know this guy's last name,
  • and it's debatable whether or not
  • he actually wants to sell anything.
  • - [Dave] And so this is where he ended up
  • trying to find our latest bit of junkyard gold.
  • - Sammy, we're gluttons for punishment,
  • so we like to go to junkyards and then buy cars
  • that haven't run in a long time, or shouldn't run
  • ever again, and try to get them running.
  • What is this?
  • - [Sammy] '67 Buick Wildcat Convertible.
  • - [Dave] I can't even see a car in there.
  • What is this?
  • - [Mike] I thought he was screwing with us.
  • There's a nash in there?
  • - [Dave] Oh, there is!
  • - [Mike] I like Pintos.
  • - [Sammy] Yeah, here's some skintos.
  • - This one's got racing stripes on it,
  • so you know it's fast.
  • Is there a barn back there?
  • - No, that's just a wall.
  • - [Mike] What's the wall hiding?
  • - [Sammy] Bushes.
  • (laughs)
  • - [Dave] Hiding bushes?
  • What's your ultimate plan on this?
  • Sell 'em, let 'em sit, enjoy 'em?
  • - [Sammy] I guess I'm doing it.
  • This is it.
  • - [Dave] This doesn't run.
  • I can tell.
  • - [Mike] You sure?
  • Let's do a compression check.
  • - [Sammy] Car 54, who are you?
  • - [Dave] Oh, that's a cop car.
  • - [Sammy] I'm waiting for it to get older.
  • (laughter)
  • - [Sammy] What about a Crosley?
  • - [Dave] Crosley's good, too!
  • Little bit of rust.
  • - [Mike] There's not much left of that Crosley.
  • - [Dave] Nope.
  • - I want the van, but you have to clean it out first, okay?
  • - That's good storage.
  • Ah, I'm not sure anything here runs and drives
  • within our lifetime, much less within the five days
  • that we've got to make this happen.
  • Which I would like to say doesn't scare me,
  • but it kind of does.
  • - Did you find any snakes yet?
  • - No.
  • Ooh, I'm liking the looks of this.
  • - [Mike] Ooh, car covers.
  • - [Dave] Car covers means good.
  • - [Mike] Is this where you hide the snakes?
  • - [Sammy] Yeah.
  • - [Mike] That's a Hemi Roadrunner with a Hemi in it?
  • - [Sammy] Yeah, that's original.
  • - [Mike] Whoo, we can't afford that.
  • - No, probably not.
  • I like this place, because, like, Samurai?
  • Superbird.
  • - [Sammy] You got to have something for everybody.
  • - [Dave] You realize if I had this much land,
  • it would look exactly like this.
  • - [Mike] What's in that barn?
  • - More junk.
  • (laughs)
  • - [Mike] Somebody beat us to it.
  • - [Dave] That's a little creepy.
  • - [Mike] Somebody beat us to it.
  • - [Dave] No motor.
  • - [Sammy] Got a place for one.
  • - Yeah, I didn't see anything that looks like,
  • "Oh, we can do this."
  • - It'll be easy to narrow things down.
  • - Yeah!
  • (laughter)
  • So we've been walking around here for at least half the day,
  • and this guy has a lot of stuff,
  • and if you need parts, it's fantastic.
  • If you're trying to make something run and drive,
  • I don't know if that's happening in four and a half days.
  • Believe it or not, Sammy has some legit, really good cars
  • that are completely out of our price range.
  • - [Mike] The rest of it is too far gone
  • to get running in just a few days.
  • - [Dave] So we came up with a scheme.
  • This is a 1973 Chevy Corvette, America's sports car.
  • - [Mike] What if we take a C3 Corvette chassis
  • and then we take the very worst body parts
  • of C1 Corvettes that Sammy has laying around,
  • and put them onto that chassis with bailing wire
  • and duct tape to make the world's worst C1 Corvette?
  • That could work, couldn't it?
  • - That solves all, we'll use it.
  • You're doing good.
  • Maybe a little more to the left?
  • There's pretty much no chance that we're going to get this
  • done in time without some help, and so we brought in
  • a buddy of Finnegan's, Jeff, from Devious Customs,
  • who owns an actual fabrication shop,
  • but is no stranger to hacking, Roadkill style.
  • - He was parting this out anyway.
  • I'm trying not to feel bad about it.
  • - [Mike] I have no guilt at all.
  • We paid top dollar for this bottom junk.
  • - It's true.
  • I feel like we're almost done.
  • (tools whirring and clattering)
  • (dramatic instrumental music)
  • - [Mike] This whole car is just glued together.
  • - It's not good.
  • But it looked good from afar.
  • It's always a learning experience.
  • I've discovered I never need to own one of these cars, ever.
  • Okay.
  • - I believe this is called a cor-fail.
  • - The cor-fail?
  • - Yeah, yeah.
  • - The cor-hate?
  • - Didn't we already do one of these on Roadkill?
  • - It was really popular.
  • (laughs)
  • (thunder booming)
  • (slow, bluesy music)
  • It's raining.
  • Yeah.
  • - Uh, it's been worse on Roadkill.
  • But yeah, it's raining right now, but we're fine.
  • We're fine.
  • - [Dave] Because we're way ahead of schedule,
  • it started to rain so badly that we had to stop wrenching.
  • This is not going great.
  • - [Mike] It starts raining right about the time we realized
  • Sammy didn't quite want to give up the goods he promised us,
  • so now, we need a new plan.
  • - This is pretty good.
  • - Our options are wide open right now,
  • because every car here, the snakes
  • are getting washed out of the interiors.
  • So.
  • (thunder rolls)
  • (clattering of chains)
  • (bird chirping)
  • (swelling inspirational music)
  • - There's a point in every Roadkill where we're sitting
  • around at dinner, going, "You know what?
  • "The wheels are falling off this plan."
  • And that happened last night.
  • I think we all sat around going, "Man, taping body panels
  • "on this Corvette is not exactly cool."
  • So we have a completely new schedule today.
  • - We're going to keep cutting up that Corvette
  • 'ti we have a rolling chassis, but then we're going
  • back in those woods, Indiana Jones-style,
  • and we're going to drag out another body,
  • and we're going to put it on that car
  • and save two priceless works of art.
  • - This had been the plan yesterday,
  • was to take all of these old Corvette parts,
  • hacked off of various cars,
  • and sort of hang 'em on our chassis.
  • I don't know why it seemed like a good idea at the time.
  • I guess because duct tape was involved?
  • But I'm glad that's over.
  • You know what the thing is that is nice about these
  • is that they burn really good.
  • (laughs)
  • (grinding, guitar music)
  • (tools whir and pound)
  • This would be a lot easier if I was
  • willing to touch anything in here.
  • - Yeah, I don't blame you.
  • - This should be really interesting.
  • We're going to take the tow truck
  • and try and use it to pull the body off.
  • Does this seem like a bad idea to anybody else?
  • - [Jeff] Oh, yeah.
  • (laughter)
  • Ready?
  • (drill whirring)
  • - [Dave] I was waiting for that.
  • - [Jeff] One down, one to go.
  • - They're like, "Hey, jump in there and cut that.
  • "It's just dangling by two tight 1E straps, it's cool."
  • (laughs)
  • I'm like, "All right, let's go."
  • - Hey, Jeff.
  • One more cable.
  • Can you hit it with the death roll real quick?
  • - Got one more to go!
  • - [Jeff] That was scary.
  • I didn't like that one.
  • - [Mike] With a renewed sense of purpose,
  • we head out back to the yard.
  • - [Dave] We've got a pretty much naked C3 Corvette frame,
  • and we've got a yard full of vintage American iron.
  • We're going to go shopping and pick a car that has
  • the coolest body to put on top of our Corvette frame.
  • What could go wrong?
  • What is that?
  • - [Mike] I don't know, that's cool.
  • There's writing on the fender.
  • - [Jeff] Yeah, what's it say?
  • - It's a Peugeot.
  • Or a Renault?
  • What is that--
  • - Oh, it's mashed.
  • - How angry would people be if we cut up a
  • Corvette to put a Renault or a Peugeot body on it?
  • (laughter)
  • - Very French!
  • Can this be our last Corvette ever?
  • - You know it won't.
  • We'll have to restore one for something else.
  • Later on, when we sell out to General Motors,
  • we'll have to do a Corvette.
  • Ooh, what about a car that had the, was it a Buick?
  • That had the name of the year of the car on the emblem?
  • - [Dave] '56 Buick?
  • - [Mike] That was kind of sweet.
  • - [Dave] It's a big car.
  • This one I'd feel good about rescuing, just because
  • it's the only way that that would ever see the light of day.
  • - Check this out, though.
  • Those are all thorn bushes.
  • - You know, what I like about this is no one else
  • is going to rescue this, and if we don't rescue this,
  • this is going to return to Mother Earth.
  • - But he's not lying about the thorn bush.
  • Those are nasty.
  • We need steel-belted gloves.
  • - [Mike] That's Mother Nature's barbed wire, right there.
  • - We're getting ready to hack
  • like we've never hacked before.
  • We're going to do gardening and metalwork all at the same time.
  • - [Mike] I don't know anything about woodworking.
  • I think I know even less about
  • gardening and home maintenance.
  • - [Dave] Let's just call this archeology instead.
  • - Okay, I'm good with that.
  • Which one is it?
  • I don't even know.
  • Maybe not so much over here.
  • - [Dave] Ooh, this is good. - Whoa.
  • Hey, I have an idea.
  • You go way over there, I'll work right here.
  • (pounding hard rock)
  • (chainsaw roaring)
  • - Don't hit the car!
  • This might not be too bad.
  • So, Finnegan broke the chainsaw.
  • - [Jeff] Medic!
  • - 'Cause he can pretty much break anything.
  • And so we're going to level two here.
  • New levels of whacking off.
  • (machinery grumbling)
  • - So he says he only got in there with shorts on.
  • (laughs)
  • (victorious rock music)
  • There's a car in there!
  • - The hood's not bolted on.
  • The window's been down the whole time,
  • so the level of ants I was whining about in the Corvette--
  • - Snake, snake, snake, snake, snake!
  • - Will be nothing, compared to--
  • (all burst out laughing)
  • That was a good one.
  • This is the weirdest start to a project car build
  • I've ever been a part of.
  • Because Roadkill.
  • (tools grind and clatter)
  • Oh, look out!
  • (bleep)
  • (all laugh)
  • No job too small, no garden too tall.
  • - I've, like, found so many cars
  • and done so many thins, but usually in California,
  • where you don't really get this type of thing,
  • so I've never hacked an old car out of weeds before,
  • vines or bush, whatever that is.
  • This is new for me.
  • - Hey.
  • Well, we didn't get bit by snake yet.
  • - It ain't over yet.
  • - [Dave] By the time we had hacked the Buick
  • out of the weeds, we were kind of attached to the thing.
  • - How long has that thing been in there, Sam?
  • - [Sam] 25 years.
  • - [Dave] And it became just easier to overlook
  • the fact that this thing is garbage.
  • - [Mike] But at this point, we're pot-committed.
  • I mean, we're two days into this.
  • We're building this Buick no matter what.
  • Even if none of us are in love with it.
  • Wow.
  • - [Jeff] Where are you going with our car?
  • - [Dave] I didn't know he was taking it around the block.
  • Call me crazy, but this is kind of a project.
  • - [Mike] We've still got three days.
  • - This side has sort of a mold look,
  • and that side has the rust look.
  • Forgot to rotate it.
  • Brown on one side, then turn over.
  • (surfer rock)
  • Okay, we made a deal.
  • We own a '56 Buick Century.
  • Now, we need to figure out how to get it onto this Corvette
  • chassis, and how to power the thing, and to do that,
  • turns out Lightning Rod's Speed Shop
  • is right across the street here,`
  • and they specialize in LS engine conversions,
  • so they've got regular old small-block Chevys
  • and Turbo 350s just stacked up like hardwood,
  • I guess, so we bought this perfectly good engine
  • with all the accessories and the trans and everything
  • for 800 bucks, and we're going to use the tow truck
  • to put it in the chassis, so that we
  • can get the whole mess back home.
  • Okay?
  • Wow, that was good.
  • - Nice work.
  • Look at that, you parked at the exact right spot.
  • - [Dave] Really pro.
  • - That's the smoothest engine install
  • that's ever happened in the history of Roadkill.
  • And all it took was removing the entire body of the car
  • and having somebody else stab it in.
  • - [Dave] Oh, man.
  • There's still a lot to do here,
  • 'cause we got to get all of this
  • garbage back to Finnegan's house.
  • And the best thing is, man, I am just going to miss
  • all of that, 'cause I had a meeting with Dodge
  • back in Detroit, and I had to split for a day.
  • Okay, so you guys got this covered?
  • - Yes.
  • - All right, bye.
  • - Happy drinking.
  • I mean, meeting.
  • Meeting.
  • - [Jeff] Nice vacation.
  • - You know what that means?
  • The inmates are running the asylum!
  • (laughter)
  • (energetic rock music)
  • - It's Wednesday, and man, we made some good progress!
  • (car grinding up ramp)
  • This is scary, man.
  • I'm going to wait to get cut in half.
  • Oh, wow.
  • This is really crooked.
  • I'm hoping the video guys didn't get too close a look
  • at our towbar install, because we had way too much
  • extension cord going to way too gutless a welder
  • to safely install that towbar onto that Corvette chassis.
  • - We should just Uber home.
  • - [Mike] Can you make it hotter?
  • (welding gun buzzing)
  • What's the worst that could happen?
  • All right, here we go.
  • You ready for this?
  • - 'About as ready as I'll ever be.
  • - [Mike] All right.
  • - [Jeff] Did you strap the car down?
  • - [Mike] I thought you strapped the car down.
  • - [Jeff] Oh, we're doomed.
  • - [Mike] Look at the tires.
  • - [Jeff] Oh, tire's already stuck.
  • - [Mike] Come on, whip back around.
  • Nope.
  • Okay, flat-towing doesn't work.
  • - [Jeff] I think, flat tow: fail one.
  • We can still see Sammy's yard.
  • (laughs)
  • - We may have set a new record
  • for not getting very far on Roadkill.
  • (relaxing, ambient music)
  • - I think this might work.
  • - [Mike] All right. - [Jeff] Here we go.
  • So far, so good.
  • - [Mike] All right, all right.
  • - [Jeff] Okay.
  • - Oh, it looks like a tornado behind us.
  • There's this dirt cloud.
  • - [Jeff] We look like the Beverly Hillbillies.
  • - We do.
  • (laughter)
  • (car engine rumbling)
  • Why is this 50 miles from Tennessee to my house
  • the most daunting thing I've ever done on Roadkill?
  • - Probably 'cause that flat tow has never, ever worked.
  • (laughter)
  • Ever.
  • - Yeah, that's true.
  • - [Dave] Roadkill and flat towing.
  • Yeah, good times.
  • Remember when we tried to tow the Prius behind the Gremlin
  • and ended up spinning off the highway?
  • Or how about that time we picked up a '55 Chevy
  • and parts were falling off of it on the freeway
  • and we gave the car back?
  • - Today's the day, setting records!
  • Come on, girl.
  • Let's go.
  • - [Jeff] There we go, there we go!
  • - One Buick, one Corvette.
  • We made it!
  • Miller time?
  • - Yes!
  • (laughter)
  • (chains rattling)
  • - [Dave] I'm gone for a whole day and nothing changed.
  • This still has a bad idea written all over it.
  • One thing I will say is, like, coming back
  • to this after a day, I have no guilt
  • about anything we do to this car.
  • It's garbage.
  • - [Mike] I feel good about this.
  • This is a great idea.
  • - Make bad things happen.
  • (car engine kicks up)
  • Are you good?
  • Jeff's good.
  • Oh, this is bad.
  • (laughs)
  • (car engine snarling)
  • Oh, this is safe.
  • I like that.
  • This is junk.
  • - This is a car that will never forget its roots.
  • (exciting rock music)
  • (vacuum humming)
  • - [Dave] That's good. - [Mike] That was good.
  • - [Dave] Moments from that was remarkably easy.
  • - [Mike] That's where it needed to be.
  • - [Dave] Yep.
  • Yeah.
  • (tools grinding and whirring)
  • - We've cut all of the structural integrity
  • out of the Buick, rendering the doors useless,
  • and the chassis is still stuck under the car.
  • - Dropping.
  • Aw, yeah.
  • It wants to be free.
  • So much hacking.
  • (cackling)
  • - [Mike] These tires need balancing.
  • Done.
  • - [Dave] Bye, bye.
  • - How does it possibly look worse than it did
  • when we pulled it out of the junkyard?
  • - Roadkill.
  • Come on, dude.
  • You know how.
  • - Wow.
  • That's really bad.
  • (dog sniffing)
  • This should be called project shipwreck,
  • 'cause everything I touch looks like it
  • came off the bottom of the ocean.
  • (laughter)
  • We're done ruining the Buick for now,
  • and we're going to start ruining the Corvette chassis,
  • which has a wheel base that is two feet shorter
  • than the Buick, so we need to add length to it.
  • We're going to chop the frame right behind the
  • transmission cross-member, and take some
  • four by four steel and just add the link
  • that we need, so the wheel base matches up.
  • (metal creaking)
  • (laughter)
  • - That's awesome.
  • - There we go!
  • - Getting exciting, now.
  • - How many angry people are out there right now?
  • That's what I want to know.
  • This was a '73 Corvette with a four-speed
  • L something or other, eight and a half to one
  • compression engine, and we just back-halved it.
  • - [Dave] Ow.
  • That was bad.
  • Yep, that's what happens.
  • - [Mike] It did get you a little.
  • - [Jeff] Little bit.
  • That's just a scratch.
  • (machinery whirring and grinding)
  • - Remarkably, on Roadkill, we cut a Corvette
  • chassis apart, extended it nearly two feet,
  • and it's only an eighth of an inch
  • out of square, measuring like this.
  • Hallelujah.
  • Holy crap.
  • (laughter)
  • (pumping rock music)
  • Today was awesome.
  • We fully gutted the Buick, and we stretched the chassis
  • of the Corvette, and I think what we're going to
  • finish up doing here is playing the frame
  • and getting it ready so we can marry
  • the two together sometime tomorrow.
  • (chains rattling)
  • - Beef, Titanic.
  • Beef, Titanic.
  • Today's the last day of wrenching on this thing,
  • and basically, I think what we're going to get done
  • is the body sitting on the chassis,
  • we just have no idea how that's going to happen.
  • - [Mike] Maybe we should have a, "You should
  • "not try this at home" part, huh?
  • - Oh, completely.
  • You never want to do this.
  • - [Mike] I got safety glasses on.
  • - What could go wrong?
  • I'm wearing gloves, I got shoes on.
  • (triumphant rock music)
  • Well, the issue right now is that
  • after all of this sketchy work trying to get
  • this thing up on these jackstands as high as we could,
  • the inside of the wood that's holding the jackstands
  • is narrower than the width of the frame.
  • - [Mike] So we looked around at what we had left
  • in materials, and decided we had enough metal left over
  • from our chassis stretching job
  • to build an A-frame above the body.
  • - Okay.
  • This is the beginnings of a guillotine.
  • What it does is you strap a Buick body to it,
  • and then you get under the Buick,
  • and the strap breaks and takes your head off.
  • It's very French.
  • All of a sudden, I have a sense of security
  • now that we've got that A-frame there.
  • You got the ratchet strap perfectly centered, right?
  • Ah, whatever.
  • Whee.
  • Chassis's going under the body.
  • Okay, pull!
  • And stop.
  • That's roughly it, but we're going to have to
  • cut the whole firewall, the engine is
  • set back virtually under the dash.
  • - [Mike] Ah, dude.
  • That's for handling.
  • - That's real bad.
  • - You know, professionals measure
  • all this stuff before they start.
  • - [Jeff] We didn't even have a tape measure.
  • - Look how good it's turning out, though.
  • - [Dave] Bad ideas, poorly executed.
  • (bombastic circus music)
  • - [Mike] We're about to attempt to lower
  • the body down for the first time.
  • All right, it's tilting to the left, I don't know why.
  • - [Dave] What just happened?
  • Coming down.
  • Ooh, looks tough already.
  • - [Mike] I think the back is high.
  • - Yeah, the back's still up.
  • We're going to have to cut more stuff out.
  • Every moment, as the day went on,
  • we realized how bad this Buick was.
  • It just got worse and worse.
  • There was nothing we weren't afraid to cut off this car.
  • Everything's got to go.
  • That's it, folks.
  • We just went full Tennessee chainsaw massacre.
  • You know what, I started to feel about all this
  • and everything, 'til I realized we can probably
  • just flange this and Zeus it right back in there.
  • What's hanging it over here?
  • Oh, there we go.
  • There we go.
  • That makes it much better.
  • Ooh, now we're getting somewhere!
  • Oh, yeah.
  • This side's approved.
  • - I don't care, like, how rusty a car is.
  • You lay one out.
  • It's some bad (bleep) right there.
  • Oh, break time.
  • Who wants a beer?
  • - [Jeff] I guess we're done.
  • - [Dave] We went into a junkyard and rolled the dice
  • that we were going to be able to drive a car out of there,
  • but instead, we ended up with the world's rustiest
  • Buick, the world's worst idea, with the world's
  • most clapped-out Corvette chassis, but none of that matters,
  • because this is just what we do.
  • Because welding and hacking and slashing is fun,
  • and I have never hacked a car out of a thorn bush before.
  • - [Mike] We know what this car could be,
  • given enough time, labor, money, tools,
  • you know, all the things we usually lack on Roadkill.
  • And at the end of the day, looks pretty cool, right?
  • Want the parts we used to build these cars?
  • Visit Jeggs.com/Roadkill.
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  • we're running out of gas yeah we're running out of gas okay at this episode
  • of Roadkill is live right now at Motor Trend On Demand . com
  • (fancy orchestral music)
  • (hysterical laughter)
  • - Ah, there was a snake.
  • Yeah.
  • I'm glad we're working under trees over there
  • with the Corvette, because, you know,
  • you never know when you need a snake down your back.
  • It's like, hey, buddy.
  • Go get the camera guy.
  • Have you ever washed a Roadkill car?
  • - [Mike] Nope.
  • Oh, dude.
  • It's working.
  • The paint's turning beige.
  • Oh, come look at this one.
  • (laughter)
  • Oh, boy.
  • Here we go.
  • Uh-oh.
  • Come on, Corvette.
  • - [Jeff] Uh-oh, uh-oh.
  • Oh, it made it!
  • It made it!
  • - [Mike] Roadkill ain't nothing.
  • (laughter)

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People love it when we rescue old cars from the junkyard. We'll see what happens when they see this episode of Roadkill presented by Dodge, during which we literally hack a '56 Buick Century out of a thorn bush it’s been sitting in for 25 years, then continue slashing as we attempt to mount the body on a '73 Corvette chassis. Oh yeah, we hacked up that car, too. Watch for more Sawzalls, weed whacking, and plasma cutting per minute than any other episode of Roadkill.

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