NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center is currently in the process of uploading hundreds of extremely rare films to YouTube. And I’d advise you to stop reading if you want to get any work done today.
Spend your time watching WeberAuto’s videos. He’s quite good at breaking down complex automotive technology, and showing how it works. (Then again, that’s his job, he’s a professor at Weber State University, teaching automotive technology.)
I found this the other day. Beautiful noise. Pace notes in all the languages.
One Owner, 75,000 mi car from 1988. Amazing.
I’m pleased to announce that I am free for the summer at last! Summer goals: complete driver’s ed, train for XC running, complete my camp counseling job, watch youtube videos, and hang with you guys!
It’s coarse, rough, and irritating, and it GETS INTO THE COMBUSTION CHAMBER IF YOU DON’T RUN AN AIR FILTER.
Illy - Oh My
It’s two minutes of watching an old Lexus Land Cruiser lift and drop.
Check the guy out.
He does mostly older Japanese cars.
Great Alpine Road, Victoria
This is so freaking cool! And there is a lot more than just Dark Mode. How about country restrictions? No problem, I am now on YouTube AU
Just found these people. I enjoy it
They did it from the center “Straight Only” lane.
You all remember Marlon. He produced this no holds barred, “honest review” of his trusty Triumph Bonneville a few years back that became a viral hit. I forced a number of my friends who don’t own motorcycles to watch his review because of its flippant and hilarious portrayal of the bike. As an owner of the exact same…
EDIT - was wrong - checked again, it’s next week :(
Well looks like I will be trying this whole thy Tube of You thing people have going on. I have my first car to do a review on but I don’t know what to call my channel. You know, cause it has to be good enough to keep using it and to be catchy enough for people to like it as well. Kinda was hoping to do a CaptDale play…
Cruising through car videos on YouTube tonight and came across a whole bunch on pretty well done videos on the Salem Roadster Show that I just gone done showing at (my coverage here) and in the part 2 recap noticed i had my 15 seconds of fame as I was pulling the car out to the trailer, lol. Seriously though check out…
This video attempted to clarify it, but I’m still a bit lost. Did I miss something part-way through, or is there a better explanation out there?