Best of the car Youtube channels
Everyone already knows the big Youtube car channels but here are some of my favourites that you may not know about.
Invincible Extremes Muscle Cars Garage (www.youtube.com/channel/UCnJIvnCVIbFyto3bjnsKRdA)
This channel is about American muscle cars and buying, maintaining, upgrading them on an ultra-cheap scale.
Vlad and his wife daily-drive their cars, most of which are full of rust, and have no power steering, air conditioning or the usual mod-cons that most people can't get by without now.
Vlad and his wife and children are regulars at car shows and drag racing events where he records the action for us to watch.
But I really enjoy the road trip videos where plenty usually goes wrong along the way but nothing can't be fixed by Vlad.
I think vehcor must be a bodyshop and the channel features many body repair how-to type videos, but mostly I enjoy the multi-part projects which are mostly narrated by expert Scott and are entertaining not only because you watch a wrecked vehicle look like new again, but because of Scott's sense of humour.
Fuzzy Dice Projects (www.youtube.com/channel/UCl_vQ-XyxZZWNE4qqv_Aekg)
This channel has some entertaining restoration projects which are entertaining for their technical value and humour.
Ronald Finger (www.youtube.com/channel/UCgvRHIimO6otkQ4Dcl_9YqQ)
This channel grew massively when he started on a Pontiac Fiero project. Like a lot of people, I am enjoying watching him get this neglected Fiero back on the road.
After the massive increase in subscribers, Ronald jokingly posted that he was changing his channel to be focused on computer gaming instead. Despite humour being a part of his videos, many didn't get that this was a joke and seemed quite angry.
This guy runs a car repair business and focuses primarily on Porsche 924 and 944s.
I enjoy his projects mostly, but he also does lots of how-to type videos on these cars.
It's interesting watching how he seems to mostly work outside, and often in the dark.
Peter Kaczynski (www.youtube.com/channel/UCetbPfZLJMwn4ZjmYiTdXwg)
Peter has only a few hundred subscribers as of now, but has obvious talent in making videos. He's working on a Porsche 944 and an old BMW 6 series.