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]
In the same vein, Geoffrey Croker is a kiwi with an old land rover. Meticulous work
Binky and it’s successor Escargot is still my go to, but I’ve 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!
Retro power Gordon Murray Mk1 Escort
Attention to detail is incredible
if you want to feel better about your own builds, my channel - www.youtube.com/ducksport - is worth a watch
Yep - I follow ducksport too!!
Not YouTube but a surprisingly good watch, lots of skill and I’ve learned stuff.
The Repair Shop BBC2 19:00 Tuesday
^^^ im with you Snapper, some incredible work done, buy some very talented people
I believe the place is local to me in Sussex
I watch some of the channels mentioned above. But I recently found “macro machines”.
He is making a boat tail speedster. From scratch. He’s 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
Came across this just now