Car Mechanic Reviews

Jeep Willy Military Car Mechanic Simulator 2018


In this blog, we are going to get into another car in this ongoing Car Mechanic Simulator series. It is Jeep Willy Military version. I am going to do stock which means no high performance parts. I am going to switch out the rims for some of new ones that was just released. Let’s get into this.

Engine

As I said above, I left this totally stock. There is no high performance parts. I have done this Jeep with high performance parts and it is not drivable. Plus, I did not see a lift in value when selling it.

Inside And Outside

Just like engine, I left inside and outside as stock as much as I can. The only thing on it that I changed was rims. I used one of the new DLC rims.

Closing, like always thank you for coming by and supporting my blog. This jeep sold for $33,102. I brought the from barn find for $13,418. This is a quick post and I hope you enjoyed it. The next car that I will be doing is below in the photo. I hope you come out for that post. Until next time, play hard and party on!! \m/

Cheers!

DJ Weiser

Email: djweiser16@gmail.com

Twitter: @djweiser

Plymouth Roadrunner Car Mechanic Simulator 2018


In this blog, we are going to get into another car, which is Plymouth RoadRunner, in this series. I have a few more cars that are ready to go to be feature on my Car Mechanic Series. Let’s get into these Plymouth Roadrunners.

Rims

The game just dropped Rim DLC so I wanted to play around with the new rims on these RoadRunners. The photo shows what I did. The one in the middle is chrome. It use to be a matte black finish. I am really liking the last one. It has the open look but the two tone keeps you from staring at break pads. Let me know what you think in the comments below or tweet at me.

Engine

I changed the engine in all three Roadrunners. I went from V8 OHV 6p to V8 OHV Mag. I wanted to do something a little different like the rims on these cars. Of course, I used as many high performance parts that I could find. Here is the result on the performance of horsepower:

Original Horsepower: 440hp, 426hp, and 440hp

New Horsepower: 581hp 72%, 506hp 56%, and 581hp 72%

Inside And Outside

I just replaced everything with new original seats and steering wheel. The paint on all these cars are all factory colors. I am not keeping these cars. I am grinding that money in this game.

In closing, I do really enjoy working on these cars. Next one that I work on I will be keeping that car. This is what this cars sold for

Car One $11,850 and sold for $86,949

Car Two $10,746 and sold for $82,998

Car Three $32,781 and sold for $87,194

I hope you enjoyed this post and series. Please, give me a follow and comment. You can always Tweet at me. I will be working on 1940’s Jeep. I hopr you come by and say hi. Until then, play hard and party on! \m/

Cheers!

DJ Weiser

Email: djweiser16@gmail.com

Twitter: @djweiser

Chevy Corvette Car Mechanic Simulator 2018


In this blog, we are going to get into the last car from Holiday series. It is late 1970s to 1980s Chevy Corvette. Let’s get into this car.

I change the engine in this car. I know I will hate mail for this one. I dropped a Ford engine this car. I never did this engine so I wanted to do it. I also wanted to see how it effected the value of the car. It did not really did. I did all high performance parts. Here is a breakdown of the horsepower improvement:

Horsepower: 282hp to 510hp 39%

I changed the color to red and left everything else the same. It ia pretty much stock on this car. Nothing really fancy.

Closing, this was a fun engine to work on and of course the car. I brought this car for $40,091. I did not keep tbis car and I sold it for $155,637. It was a nice profit and I did not notice a difference in value. I always enjoying these cars. I am not sure what car or truck that I will be doing next. Until then, play hard and party on! \m/

Cheers!

DJ Weiser

Email: djweiser16@gmail.com

Twitter: @djweiser

Dodge Charger Car Mechanic Simulator 2018


In this blog, we are going to get into the next car that is part of the most American Iconic car on my Twitter poll. It is the Dodge Charger. This is a 1970s version. Let’s get into the engine.

Engine

I did all high performance parts. This engine is the engine that came with the car. I did not swap the engine. It is V8 OHD Mag. It had 326hp and the new horsepower went up to 507hp. This is a nice lift on the engine. I do like working on these engines and I will do it again.

This car was part of the red, white, and blue post. The Mustang had to be blue so that means the Charger had to be white. I am not fan of white cars and trucks. This white Charger has two tone rims, which are black and white with white lettering on the tire wall. It stands out nicely.

In closing, this game has been one of my favorite to play and I have been enjoying doing this serie on my blog. I will keep doing this series until run out of cars. I brought this car from the junkyard at $11,658. I sold this car at $95,892. I am going to do Chevy Corvette in the next post. Until then, play hard and party on! \m/

Cheers!

DJ Weiser

Email: djweiser16@gmail.com

Twitter: @djweiser

Ford Mustang Mach 1 Holiday Post Car Mechanic Simulator


In this blog, we are getting into a special post today. It is next chapter on this series and the holiday post. I want to say thank you for those men and women that service and/or gave their lives for our county. Let’s get into this car.

This car might be familiar to you. I did this car with the other two Mustangs in the game. I did not put a lot of focus on it. It was mainly the modern car. The color is different than the factory color. I left the rest of it to original items.

Of course, I put as many high performance parts on this engine that I could find. The stock engine put out 236hp. It is not bad but I do not roll like that. The new horsepower output is 426hp with 72.7% lifted. It is hard to drive. I would have to use different set of tires to race it on the course. I will be searching for another car to add to my collection.

Closing, as the holiday day comes to end. I hope you enjoy coming by and checking this post out. Thank you for all the support on my blog. It means a lot. I brought this car from the junkyard at the price of $22,139. I sold this car at $187,576. Thank you again to our fallen heros. I am going to restore the Dodge Charger. I have it out already but I might change the color. It came in second on my Twitter poll. I will finish thr results from my poll with a red Chevy Corvette. Until then, play hard and party on! \m/

Cheers!

DJ Weiser

Email: djweiser16@gmail.com

Twitter: @djweiser

Madza RX-7 Car Mechanic Simulator 2018


In this blog, we are going to get into the next channel in this ongoing series. We are restoring three Mazda RX-7. This car received some love in Fast And Furious movie series. Let’s get into the cars.

I went with mostly factory colors. Shoot out to @G-Streezy88 got the red color on this Mazda and also @demon112343 and @nillawafeerr for color of yellow color, which was the factory color. I kept everything the same inside and out. Engine is another situation. Let’s get into the three new engines.

Now onto the engine, I enjoying doing all these cars and trucks in this game with all high performance parts. I love to see how fast I get them. These cars are no different. All these engines are all the same. The orinigal horsepower was 279hp. It is now 390hp with almost 40% lifted.

In closing, the engines are all the same but the buying and selling prices are different. I brought these cars at the following $29,379, $17,206, and $15,318. I sold them at the following $63,206, 54,116, and $57,645. I sold all three of these cars. I will be restore one for myself in the future. I am trying to build up a cash flow again. I needed to go down to zero to unlock a badge on my PS4. I really enjoyed working on this car and I hope you enjoy reading through my journey redoing this car. Tomorrow will be my holiday post. I will be restoring Ford Mustang Mach 1. Thank you everyone for voting on Twitter. Until tomorrow, play hard and party hard! \m/

Cheers!

DJ Weiser

Email: djweiser16@gmail.com

Twitter: @djweiser

Ford F350 Car Mechanic Simulator 2018


In this blog, we are going to get into Ford F350 in Car Mechanic Simulator 2018. I hope you are enjoying this series as much as I am doing them. Let’s get into it.

I restored the engine with all high performance parts on it. It is V8 Boss engine. The original horsepower was 351hp. The new horsepower went up to 76.1% to 671hp.

The inside was perfect. I left the inside the same. I repainted the outside. I do not like the white on it. I am not a huge fan of white cars or trucks. I went with forest green color or as close as, I could get it to that color.

In closing, I really hope you enjoyed this game. I brought this truck from Auction House at the winning price of $152,252. I sold it at the price of $269,936. I really enjoy doing cars and truck from the junkyard and build it from the ground up. However, this is about third F350 that I have done in this game, I enjoy doing them. I will do another one to keep it. The next car is going to be the Mandza RX 7. I am doing three at one time like the Mustangs post. Until then, play hard and party on! \m/

Cheers!

DJ Weiser

Email: djweiser16@gmail.com

Twitter: @djweiser

Ford Mustang Car Mechanic Simulator 2018


In this blog, we are going to fully restore a Ford Mustang, which is the grey one on all the photos. I am taking this post to another level. I am restoring an in game Mustang from the 1970s and mach one, modern one. Let’s get into this post and I am pumped up for this one.This car is in game car but it is older Mustang. The original horsepower was 489hp. It went up to 932hp. The car sold for $83,000. I super charged this car.The color on this car is a factory color. It is same as the first car above. I loved the color. The old horsepower was 370hp. The new horsepower is 637hp. This car sold for $189,446 and now onto the last car.This car is a modern day Mustang. I brought this car from house auction place. This is not a orinigal car. I am a huge fan of the color or red. I brought it for $21,080. Here is break down on the stats. Horsepower was at 437hp. It went up to 71% and new horsepower is now at 747hp. I kept this car but it would have sold for $336,020.In the end, sorry, this took a bit. This was a fun build out. I hope you enjoyed this post. I am going to do Ford F350 next. Until then, play hard and party on! \m/Cheers!DJ WeiserEmail: djweiser16@gmail.comTwitter: @djweiser