Last edited by Elite_Deforce; 04-26-2017 at 10:54 AM.
The rest so far are the usual suspects of Youtube automotive goodness.
some others I didn't see (I might have missed it) listed is Auto Expert TV https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKc...L-HI7TieCr9XQg
the guy can come off as a bit of a pompous **** but his videos are very entertaining
Mighty Car Mods has a 2nd Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsO...PFIBKt1eJi8Jew
Team O'Neil Rally: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEd...wLFzfmhHJ7dNSA
Gears and Gasoline (If it was listed, I missed it) : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqE...DA9PZGaT6BDAKw
Magnus Walker: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCw...rHo41xEpim2n5A
Gt Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQj...xRQPlqpoWnQOpw
Roads untraveled: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvc...4jvM33JgwVJ5Ew
and I didn't see Fifth Gear's youtube Channel listed either. They post classic 5th gear episodes there.
The auto industry is not a charity that produces widgets for driving enthusiasts - Derek Kreindler
Most that I watch have already been mentioned, but here are a few I think have not yet been listed:
Fully Charged (EV stuff + anything related to renewable energy: not really a car guy, but still some interesting info):
Live Work Wander (yeah, yeah, instagram hippie hipsters, blah blah):
4XOverland (the guy can be a bit annoying, but still some interesting stuff):
Fortnine (motorcycle stuff):
Ronny Dahl (Aussie outback overlanding):
Camper van Culture:
Alex on Autos (very boring for most, but very detailed if you are looking for a specific car or if you are a geek like me):
Back Roads Vanners (some good info if you build a camper van):
Nate Murphy (his van build is pretty cool):
For my daily supercar fix I subscribe to:
MrJWW - probably my favorite one. Currently has a 675LT and a bunch of other stuff.
Supercars of London. Currently has a Lamborghini Huracan 580-2
Seen Through Glass: Currently has a McLaren 540C
Seb Delaney: Currently has a Lotus Exige 380 Sport in epic spec.
Archie Hamilton Racing: Just picked up a Corvette Grand Sport in a great colour combo.
I find these 5 guys to have a great rapport, are often a lot of fun to watch, and are way less rigid and quite frankly more interesting than Shmee150 whose regurgitation of spec sheets and sub-par camera work I find a little uninspired a lot of the time.
Arthur Tussik - at first glance you say "crazy russian guy hacking together cars in his garage". Then you watch the videos and you'll want to buy a frame rack and rebuild one for yourself. Guy is SERIOUSLY talented. Like he'll make you think you're unstoppable with a hammer and a crowbar.
George Karellas - haven't seen him mentioned, but his SOUP videos are amazing. Stop action disassembly, and reassembly of his projects. Must take hours to film one episode.
Nathan's Garage - Home builder who is just trying to scrape along with some cool projects. Mostly crown vic/old truck body swaps
2J-Z - same as nathan's garage, but with Datsun stuff
AMMONYC - detailing nut - guy has tons of good advice
thousanddollarcarguy - just a squirrel, tryin to get a nut. $1k at a time.
THESVIPE- salomondrin's new I-don't-know-what-to-call-it-besides-motivation channel. It might end up being more Matt Foley than Stephen Covey, but damn if that guy isn't excited and able to convey it through his speaking. Only two videos so far. If nothing else, good to see someone wanting to better the planet than sell a DVD to do it.
throttlegrotto - my own channel, but I advise you that I'm not a videographer, a graphic designer, or anything else that translates to magical screen time. Just building a 75 rabbit and a 70 datsun roadster in my garage.
I have been watching a ton of RDBLA videos lately. They are a shop that works on Bugattis, and rolls Royce, Lamborghini etc in Beverly hills. All young down to earth guys working on the hottest cars.
I find it much more enjoyable then all the top gear wanna be shows.
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one of my personal favorites is the cleetus mcfarland channel.