Series Finale | Flood to Track

July 13th, 2018 by

“This Toyota 86 proved that you can make one of these minimally damaged salvage title cars into something way cool.” Check out this video that our friends over at Jalopnik made. Stef Schrader and Robb Holland, two of the drivers of the ‘Toyota 86 Flood Car’, break down the process that the car went through…

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Utah Warriors | Season Review

June 29th, 2018 by

Utah Warriors | Season Review Utah Warriors Season Review The Utah Warriors kicked off their inaugural season in March of 2018. A lot of excitement surrounded this team to begin the year. With a world class coach and top talent from around the United States and different areas of the globe, the team was prepped…

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Wife Changes Brake Pads | DIY Divas

June 13th, 2018 by

Challenge accepted! There are thousands of video tutorials on YouTube of guys teaching you how to change brake pads, but how many of them are of women? Introducing our first ever husband and wife challenge – wife changes the brake pads. Steph from Do It Yourself Divas works on a car for the first time…

Make Your Vehicle More Fuel Efficient

May 25th, 2018 by

Gasoline prices typically soar in the summer since people are much more likely to be on the roads due to the warm weather and schools being out. While you can’t always control the price you pay for gas, you can control how much gas you use. AutoSource, the nation’s largest dealer of salvage title vehicles,…

How to Spend Your Smart Money

May 9th, 2018 by

With the average AutoSource customer saving $6,500 off book value, we wanted to give you a few options on what to do with all that extra cash. From Diapers to Vacations see how buying through AutoSource will change the way that you use your “Smart Money”. Take a look and see which options are best…

Race Day | Flood to Track

April 30th, 2018 by

The Toyota 86 comes home to Houston, Texas for its debut race. Watch Robb, Jordan, and Stef race the Texas Fandango at MSR Houston, and listen to their thoughts on the race, and the car. Episode 6 of the “Flood to Track” series brings you all the was to Texas for a front row seat…

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There’s Nothing Like Driving A Race Car Version Of A Car You Love | Jalopnik

April 27th, 2018 by

“When I say that I didn’t want to give back the Toyota 86, I didn’t mean it in that wistful, if-I-won-the-lottery kind of way that automotive hacks talk about G-wagens and Lambos. I meant it in the way that it needs to be my next car. This is a normal little car that regular people…

Is CarFax Hiding Something?

April 23rd, 2018 by

“The big discovery is that Branded Titles are more transparent than many Clean Titles! Yes, you read that correctly. A Branded Title, also known in some U.S. states as a “salvage title” will often provide a more transparent vehicle history than the tens of thousands (some say millions) of “clean title” vehicles which have been…

An Opportunity to Give Back | Flood to Track

April 20th, 2018 by

Never underestimate a flood vehicle again. AutoSource is teaming up with IAA and professional race car driver Robb Holland to show the full potential of a branded-title Toyota 86. Donations from the race will go towards helping the State Firefighters’ & Fire Marshals’ Association of Texas. Follow along through video and Facebook. Flood to TrackAn…

Testing & Shake Down | Flood to Track

April 19th, 2018 by

We’re just days away from the big race day. But, before the race we had to put our Toyota 86 to the test to make sure she’s ready. Watch the highlights as Robb puts the Hurricane Harvey, flood-recovery, rebuilt & race-modified car to the test in Colorado before heading to Texas. 05 Episode 5Testing &…

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