Listen, I don’t know if you’ve ever tried to restore a vehicle – be it a car, truck, motorcycle or even a bicycle – but it’s complicated, expensive, difficult, and generally… lost forever. It’s also extremely gratifying when you’re done.
YouTuber George Karellas found a way to essentially boost all of those elements when restoring his beloved Range Rover Classic by filming the whole thing in stop motion. The result is arguably one of the most engaging and often lighthearted car videos on the internet.
Now, fair warning, this video is just over an hour and a half behind, but it’s also not something you need to actively focus on to enjoy. I want to cast it from my phone to the TV and then leave it running while doing something else. I would also highly recommend this to you.
George also has a bunch of other projects going on, such as a Lotus Esprit restoration and a surf/camping conversion on an early Mercedes Sprinter van. He’s no professional mechanic or board smasher, but he’s super fun to watch, and his weird rambling voice acting is generally a joy.
Check it out, give George a like and subscribe, and start the weekend early.