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YouTube suggestion / channel for you all..
Steve Hignett - 8/9/19 at 04:17 PM

Hi All,

Long time no speak..
I know a few people have suggested YouTube channels over the years (project Binky has come a few times amongst others, I've suggested one called clickspring some time ago), but there's another one I've been watching recently that I thought I'd share...

It's a channel called Restore It, where a guy is methodically restoring a BMW E30 and is doing so really well...

I'm obviously not linked to it at all but thought I'd share!

All the best,

[Edited on 8/9/19 by Steve Hignett]

UncleFista - 8/9/19 at 08:07 PM

In the same vein, Geoffrey Croker is a kiwi with an old land rover. Meticulous work

JC - 9/9/19 at 06:37 AM

Binky and itís successor Escargot is still my go to, but Iíve just discovered Soup Soupy Linky - restoration of an Esprit, Disco and VW Bus, but it uses stop motion effects to show each stage, which works really well.....40 episodes and counting with weekly updates!

snapper - 9/9/19 at 02:57 PM

Retro power Gordon Murray Mk1 Escort
Attention to detail is incredible

theduck - 9/9/19 at 03:27 PM

if you want to feel better about your own builds, my channel - - is worth a watch

JC - 9/9/19 at 04:31 PM

Yep - I follow ducksport too!!

snapper - 10/9/19 at 06:21 PM

Not YouTube but a surprisingly good watch, lots of skill and Iíve learned stuff.
The Repair Shop BBC2 19:00 Tuesday

steve m - 10/9/19 at 07:38 PM

^^^ im with you Snapper, some incredible work done, buy some very talented people

I believe the place is local to me in Sussex

dan8400 - 11/9/19 at 08:31 PM

I watch some of the channels mentioned above. But I recently found ďmacro machinesĒ.

He is making a boat tail speedster. From scratch. Heís also made a motorised sofa and a scale model tank that you can drive.

In his recent videos he mentions college so he must still be very young. Some nice engineering though


Simon - 11/9/19 at 09:46 PM

Came across this just now