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Can $1000 Get You a Rare Sports Car?

We head to Compton, Los Angeles to purchase a definitely trashed 1985 Toyota MR2 (AW11) for $1000. We budgeted $1000 to fix it ourselves, and try and sell it for an earnings! The Toyota MR2 is a legendary mid-engine automobile, and among the best driving bargains one can have. The excellent 4AGE engine, found in the AE86, is what powers this little rear wheel drive pocket rocket. Hope you all take pleasure in!

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** Every Part/Tool/Product utilized to fix this cars and truck **.

Waste Cutter (degreaser).

Body work package.

Rubber mallet.

Toyota Super White II Paint.

Rustoleum Expert Guide.

Rustoleum Rust Converter.

Rustoleum Undercoat Rubberized Spray.

Ryobi Sander.

80 grit (front fender) sandpaper discs.

120 grit (door/hood/fender finish) sandpaper discs.

Bonds Body Filler.

2k Clear Coat.

Dewalt collapsable table.

** Cameras/Mics **.

Sony a73.

Sony Handycam.

Go Pro.

Zoom H1 Convenient Recorder.

Rode Smart Lav+.

DJI Mavic Air (our day-to-day drone less expensive).

DJI Mavic 2 (Drone) the great costly one.

Manfrotto Befree Tripod.

Sony 24-70 f/4 lens for a73.

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