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07-01-2021, 20:46   #1
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classics on the tube

Just thought it would be handy to have somewhere to share interesting vids or links to channels involving classic cars

I'll start it with this channel - seems fairly new, deals with young timers mostly it seems

Classics World

I also watch this chap - he has some Jags so I do watch

Living with a classic

And of course Soup Classics - just for the dedication it must take to make his videos
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no one else ?
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Harry's Garage?
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Harry's Garage?
yes, brilliant. been a fan for years, my wife crys with laughter when she sees Harry weighing a car or looking at the quality of the welding under the bonnet.
Its proper anorak stuff !
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With no particular order of preference, I following the following on youtube:


Hubnut: messing with cars in Wales, into the small, unusual and dreadful cars, does good reviews of classic cars

This Week with Cars: American guy that fixes Austin Healys, other british cars, A series engines. Knowledgeable and humble guy.

Jonathan W: From North Carolina, he's a tow truck driver by trade, but a talented mechanic / engineer. Buys and sells lots of old cars and revives a lot of cars from the dead. He's working on an old dragline currently. No nonsense down to earth guy

Hagerty: Mainly for Barn find Hunters with Tom Cotter, most of their other content and presenters are a bit too 'American' for me

The Late Brake show: with Jonny Smith. Some of his videos are interesting to me, not really the electric stuff though. Very high quality productions

Harrys Garage and Harrys Farm: as mentioned above, great quality videos, not all to my taste but he is very interesting to listen to

Big Car: for the story and history videos of the different models he has done

ROVR: for the period dealer training videos, owner advice and advert videos from long ago

Paul Shinn: for all things Model A

Ruairidh MacVeigh: really interesting videos and history of cars, planes, trains, etc... very well narrated

Jay Leno's Garage: for detailed videos about his own cars and other interesting ones he features. Interesting man to listen to

Thames TV: for all the old car and motoring shows from days gone by.

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With no particular order of preference, I following the following on youtube:


Hubnut: messing with cars in Wales, into the small, unusual and dreadful cars, does good reviews of classic cars

This Week with Cars: American guy that fixes Austin Healys, other british cars, A series engines. Knowledgeable and humble guy.

Jonathan W: From North Carolina, he's a tow truck driver by trade, but a talented mechanic / engineer. Buys and sells lots of old cars and revives a lot of cars from the dead. He's working on an old dragline currently. No nonsense down to earth guy

Hagerty: Mainly for Barn find Hunters with Tom Cotter, most of their other content and presenters are a bit too 'American' for me

The Late Brake show: with Jonny Smith. Some of his videos are interesting to me, not really the electric stuff though. Very high quality productions

Harrys Garage and Harrys Farm: as mentioned above, great quality videos, not all to my taste but he is very interesting to listen to

Big Car: for the story and history videos of the different models he has done

ROVR: for the period dealer training videos, owner advice and advert videos from long ago

Paul Shinn: for all things Model A

Ruairidh MacVeigh: really interesting videos and history of cars, planes, trains, etc... very well narrated

Jay Leno's Garage: for detailed videos about his own cars and other interesting ones he features. Interesting man to listen to

Thames TV: for all the old car and motoring shows from days gone by.
Its because of all of this that I gave up my subscription to MotorTrend today.
We truly never had it so good for viewing !
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Yeah I like watching his videos. Also Samcrac is a good watch as well.
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