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I鈥檓 looking for YouTube channels to watch more car content. Please link below channels you watch for informational or entertainment purposes (could be your own or someone else鈥檚)! Thanks in advance 馃檪
 

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Mighty Car Mods: They take older (and in some cases junkier cars) and modify them. A few examples that stood out to me were A honda engine in an older mini, a rb26 swapped 240 fairlady z, and they recently modified 2 lancers and raced them together. They also did a 3 hour video in 2 parts where they went to Japan to buy a Nissan March super/turbo and explored the area.


SamCrac: This guy rebuilds more expensive cars that have been totalled out by insurance. It's interesting to watch him do things on the cheap and still get pretty good results:


Rich Rebuilds: He rebuilds salvage Teslas, it's pretty interesting to watch especially since Tesla doesn't sell a lot of their core components to consumers so it's cool to watch him take apart other teslas to get the parts he needs:


I can't post links yet but those are the three YouTubers I watch on a primary basis.
 

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Mighty Car Mods: They take older (and in some cases junkier cars) and modify them. A few examples that stood out to me were A honda engine in an older mini, a rb26 swapped 240 fairlady z, and they recently modified 2 lancers and raced them together. They also did a 3 hour video in 2 parts where they went to Japan to buy a Nissan March super/turbo and explored the area.


SamCrac: This guy rebuilds more expensive cars that have been totalled out by insurance. It's interesting to watch him do things on the cheap and still get pretty good results:


Rich Rebuilds: He rebuilds salvage Teslas, it's pretty interesting to watch especially since Tesla doesn't sell a lot of their core components to consumers so it's cool to watch him take apart other teslas to get the parts he needs:


I can't post links yet but those are the three YouTubers I watch on a primary basis.
Thanks, I definitely will check them out they sound really cool!
 

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I have a guilty pleasure of watching Regular Car Reviews - though a lot of his stuff is way too vulgar for me. His NB Miata and Rx8 reviews are stellar.
 

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While it's not strictly car stuff, there's a guy who goes by the name Mustie1 on YouTube who can make just about anything with an engine run. He puts out a lot of small engine content, but he's also an old VW fan, so he does rebuilds and restorations of buses, bugs, and he just put out a series on a Karmann Ghia. (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcSeeATlWJJbXpOZRYOfaDg)

As someone else mentioned, Hoonigan is a good channel too, they've just split into a few different channels. Hoonigan Project Cars is my favorite since it's all about wrenching and most of the time creating crazy builds. They're doing a rotary powered kei truck build right now. (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCQAt0ipBbsOOIFpIDu9z2Q)

Donut Media is another good one. They put out a lot of informative content, though some of their on-camera personalities can be a bit polarizing for some. (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL6JmiMXKoXS6bpP1D3bk8g)

Grind Hard Plumbing Co is a channel that does a lot of "unconventional" builds. (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCivi_f1nniBzEOfKhRoN12Q)

VINWiki puts out daily car stories. (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCefl-5pmhZmljwZTE2KrcdA)

Rob Dahm if you're into ridiculous rotary builds. He's currently rotary swapping a Corvette, he's about to rebuild his 3 rotor FD, and he's building a 4 rotor FD. (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChg9P8du8Ykqy6MbMK5jpzQ)

Team O'Neil Rally School channel has a lot of fantastic content if you're like me and haven't really had the chance to learn to drive manual, learn to drift, or really drive hard. They're good at teaching even if you have no experience. (https://www.youtube.com/user/TeamONeilRally)

I don't really watch TV, it's mostly YouTube for me, so I'll probably think of more as the day goes on.
 

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Look no further than:

Gears & Gasoline

Chrisfix

Fitment industries

Engineering explained

Thatguyinblue


between those 5, you'll find just about anything you're looking for.

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