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Antique Soldering Iron (Blowtorch) - Hot Restoration

  • Published on Mar 22, 2023 veröffentlicht
  • In this video i'm restoring an old german soldering iron.
    This item was sent to me by one of my patrons from Germany. He saw it on eBay, asked me if I'm interested and then he bought it. Thank you for that. I'll send it back to him now.
    I really liked the look of the handle and that's why I decided to restore it. It's a propane gas powered soldering iron made by Perkeo. I don't know how old this one is, but they built them since 1919 until today. The modern ones still look pretty much the same as the one I restored in this video, they just made some small changes over the years. I'm very happy how this project turned out, I really like the contrast of the dark wooden handle and the polished brass.
    I hope you like my work and the video.
    Huge thank you to all of my Patreon and PayPal supporters and specially to:
    Paulina Zamora
    sunniva thingstad
    Micky McKay
    Alan Hanson
    Alex Roussos
    Joan Casanovas
    John Romero
    M. A.
    Paul Mampilly
    SA Graver
    Vince Valenti
    Zachary Grimes
    Alejandro Cavazos
    Allan Mckenzie
    Bastian Alexander
    Brian Boots
    Clément BERNARD
    Conor Fowler
    Dave Ahern
    Dawson Mertz
    Drew Bell
    Ernest Duran
    Giambattista Martino
    Guillaume Ladouceur
    Harrison Hughes
    Jack Champion
    Jack Tian
    Jeff Carr
    Jeff Vier
    Joel Margolis
    Julie Smith
    justin f.
    Jörg Thomsen
    Kersten Rienow
    Llewellyn Schubert
    Lucy Lole
    Marc P
    marilyne stotz
    Mark Anderson
    Martin Kunz
    Matthew Hendrix
    Matthew Ruediger
    Mikko Repka
    Pascal Bertossa
    Phoebe Knight
    Ruslan Balkin
    Sasan Hezarkhani
    Sebastian Wüst
    Seth Feist
    Stephen Lemon
    Thibaut Hiegel
    00:00 preview
    00:36 disassembling
    02:18 showing all the parts
    02:39 cleaning the parts with the parts washer
    02:57 disassemling two more parts
    03:17 removing patina and soot with vinegar, salt and flour
    04:07 restoring the wooden handle
    04:40 restoring the big tube
    06:10 stain the wooden handle
    06:38 making a new ring for the wooden handle on the lathe
    07:36 restoring the nut which tightens the wooden hanlde
    08:04 restoring the holder of the soldering iron
    08:46 restoring the sieving head and remake the knurling
    09:21 restoring the sieving head cover
    09:59 restoring the knurled ring
    10:22 restoring the regulation part
    10:47 restoring the valve needle
    11:07 restoring the nut for the regulation part
    11:31 restoring the valve tube
    12:16 restoring the gas connection part
    12:47 restoring the nut for the valve tube
    13:13 restoring the nozzle
    13:41 restoring the soldering iron
    14:46 making a new holder for the soldering iron on the lathe, mill and welding machine
    16:26 making a special countersinked bolt for the soldering iron
    16:56 restoring the bolt to clamp the soldering iron holder
    17:18 making a new handle for the previous restored bolt
    18:47 making the steel parts black by heating up and quench in oil
    19:14 showing all the parts before reassembling
    19:34 reassembling
    21:23 showing the finished product
    22:00 final test
    Time and costs of this restoration:
    I was working on this project over 1,5 weeks
    $16 tube for the gas connection
    $1 clamp bride for the connection tube
    My camera:
    Panasonic HC-V180
    If you have any questions about the process, machines i'm using or other stuff, just ask me in the comments. I read them all and i try to reply as soon as possible.
    Sorry for my bad english, it's not my language. I try my best to improve my technical english.
    Subscribe for more of my content. I'm uploading videos about mechanical stuff, as new creations and buildings and also restorations.
    Thank you for watching :-)
    My Patreon Page:

Comments • 6 981

  • Addicted to Projects
    Addicted to Projects 3 years ago +8451

    Yours is the *ONLY* restauration channel on Clip-Share that truly takes this subject seriously. A lot of so called restorers just take sh*t apart, don't really understand the intricate nature or function of a lot of the parts, and they often don't really repair stuff. The usually just take stuff apart, clean, paint it with rattle can, and put it back together. That only gets you there 85% of the way.
    You Sir, you go the extra 15% and *MORE*. My hat off to your quality of workmanship and dedication. You've earned every one of the 500K subscribers! :)

    • Francisca Ramalho
      Francisca Ramalho 17 days ago


    • Bold City Photographers Shane Jeffers
      Bold City Photographers Shane Jeffers 3 months ago

      TysyTube is another decent restoration channel, he's good but he is where Mymechanic was at the beginning of HIS channel.. I guarantee you tysy will be right up there with Mechanic one day, I enjoy both of their channels. But you are absolutely right.. My Mechanic is BY FAR the best!

    • Yulai Danieli
      Yulai Danieli 10 months ago

      I prefer those who actually restore, instead of creating some parts anew to substitute for the old ones. That’s not really restoring. It’s well made, and the videos are well made too, but it can’t be really called restoring, right?

    • Cheeky Lipster
      Cheeky Lipster Year ago

      I do but I think off tinkering is good too ❤️

    • Carolina Andrea Duarte Duarte
  • TysyTube Restoration
    TysyTube Restoration 3 years ago +778

    Look brand new, or even better 😍

  • Ju de
    Ju de 11 months ago +144

    i discovered this channel about a week ago and it’s been my go-to-bed watch since. so relaxing and the end results are always impressive

  • Gareth watson
    Gareth watson Year ago +77

    Hands down the best restoration channel on Clip-Share, amazing results!

  • teetersalad
    teetersalad Year ago +22

    I genuinely love your videos. Please don't ever change your methods, or style. Everyone else goes at rust with sanding wheels and wire wheels. Your attention to detail is by far the best on Clip-Share. The duration of coverage for each step is also perfect. Not too long, but shirt enough to keep it interesting.

  • Fenris
    Fenris 2 years ago +310

    These exact soldering irons are still produced and sold by Perkeo! Theyre used to solder zinc, e.g. rain gutters, by roofers. I work with one of those almost daily.

    • Jonathan s
      Jonathan s Month ago

      Have you seen one more pristine than this one hehehe?

    • The Lightning Stalker
      The Lightning Stalker Year ago +34

      The iron works by storing heat in the mass of the tip. Then heat is instantly available to melt solder and heat the joint area to soldering temperature. The larger the tip the more heat it can store and the larger jobs it can do.

    • Chronic Failure
      Chronic Failure Year ago +1

      @Fenris Thankk you!

    • Chronic Failure
      Chronic Failure 2 years ago +22

      Just curious as I've never seen a soldering iron like this before. How exactly is it used? I'm guessing that large diamond shaped hunk of metal on the end is heated up and pressed into something but I'm curious on how it's supposed to work. Do you know of anything that demos it in action?

  • Сергей Кузнецов

    Кадры этих видеороликов оказывают какое то гипнотическое воздействие. Мастеру выражается благодарность за отличную работу и доброе дело.

    • Вадим Кузнецов
      Вадим Кузнецов Year ago +2

      ...а я такие ролик называю- залипалово!, как начинаешь смотреть- про всё абсолютно забываешь!!!

  • Charlie B
    Charlie B 3 years ago +277

    I appreciate the disassembled layout of the component parts show in their proper order. It helps me to better appreciate the design of the tool and how it has to be reassembled. That’s a fine detail I like.

    • ronniebillhicks
      ronniebillhicks 17 days ago

      Same here, I remember these kind of layouts in my mechanical drawing classes in high school,.......!!!!

  • Раджу-Бек Тауканов

    Золотые руки . И растут из правильного места !!! Это очень круто !

  • kuks68
    kuks68 6 months ago +2

    Непревзойденного качества работа, удивительный инструмент и руки золотые!

  • Conrad Haack
    Conrad Haack Month ago

    These videos are like ASMR, so relaxing and satisfying to watch. The workmanship is absolutely fantastic. My favourite parts in these videos is when he goes "I'll just make a new one"

  • Ronin-Tech
    Ronin-Tech 2 years ago +16

    Brilliant as always .. I think this channel deserves more attention because we can really see how much hard work and dedication was put in every single step of every restoration this man does. Thank you sir for inspiring us all

  • Barbazu_X
    Barbazu_X 2 years ago +15

    I don't care what anyone may say. This is art. No one will probably use that soldering iron, but just looking at it restored is wonderful. I would rather look at an exhibition of before and after pictures of what you have done then 90% of any modern art these days. Love the channel!

  • Johnny Blade Ackermann
    Johnny Blade Ackermann 3 years ago +265

    Absolutely awesome restoration, every work of yours is a masterpiece!

    • So My
      So My 3 years ago +1


    • Jina Gibson
      Jina Gibson 3 years ago +1

      Johnny Ackermann I agree!

  • stephanie parker
    stephanie parker Year ago +5

    It’s a good thing you recorded all this because no one is going to believe that’s not just a newly purchased torch. 😆 It’s gorgeous!

  • Jonathan Lynn
    Jonathan Lynn 2 years ago +12

    Got a sub from this. Amazing craftsmanship, I can tell you have been doing this for a long time and it really shows in your product. The care you put into the tools like when you put tape around the pliers is astounding!

  • Martin Broward
    Martin Broward 5 months ago +2

    Well I have been binge watching restoration videos for the past few days. And I must say that you are in a completely different level than anything else I have seen so far. Your work is awesome and you really do a total and complete restoration. Unlike most that are doing a clean up job and call it a restoration. Your work is very impressive. Thank you for sharing

  • Sebastian Weigand
    Sebastian Weigand 3 months ago +4

    Love the channel, serene and highly satisfying. 😌 Keep up the great work!

    • my mechanics
      my mechanics  3 months ago +2

      Thank you so much for the support, I really do appreciate it!

  • David C
    David C Year ago +3

    What a unique piece of history restored to be better than the original. What I like about your channel is how so much attention to detail is given to each and every part. The exploded view of all pieces after disassembly is super cool. Even more cool is when you actually use the restored part to show what it can do. Well done and thanks for sharing!

  • Turan Oguz
    Turan Oguz 3 years ago +67

    What a precision!
    You’re not a regular restorer, you’re an artist.

  • Kevin Ray
    Kevin Ray 2 years ago +2

    That's unbelievable, it honestly looks like it belongs in a museum for iron workers or something of the like.(which it does) Kudos.

    • my mechanics
      my mechanics  2 years ago +1

      Thanks for watching, much appreciated

  • Alex Machan
    Alex Machan 6 months ago +2

    Amazing job! I still have no idea what that hammer-looking part on the front of the blowtorch was for, but it looked amazing at the end.

  • Leon Creator
    Leon Creator Year ago +2

    Mind-blowing. Your attention to detail is spectacular.

  • Bailey Curtis
    Bailey Curtis Year ago +3

    The amount of care and expert craftsmanship you put into everything you restore is incredible. Im always amazed to see what you can do with things others have left to rust and decay.

  • T. Angel
    T. Angel Year ago +2

    Almost unbelievable. This man can make anything look like a masterpiece.

  • anonymous anonymous
    anonymous anonymous 3 years ago +126

    The fact that you'll make your own parts, even bolts you could simply buy, and the close attention to detail in EVERY part, is why this is hands down my favorite restoration channel. It's not even a competition.

  • Andrzej Poreda
    Andrzej Poreda Year ago +1

    Bardzo świetna robota i przepięknie jest to wogule zrobione pozdrawiam twórcę tego filmiku 👍👍👍👍

  • welsh griffo
    welsh griffo 2 years ago +42

    You have an Inhuman level of patience and finesse. Addictive watching, I love it when you make a part from scratch that has an unusual shape.

  • CanadianCarlos
    CanadianCarlos 2 years ago +7

    Ive been watching a bunch of your videos (and i know this is a olf video) But i just cant get over how beautiful they all look when you are done. Awesome attention to detail, the brass work comes out amazing every time. Just great work overall, thanks for your videos and effort.

  • Lucy Lincoln
    Lucy Lincoln Year ago +2

    I really do enjoy the videos of your peers on the other Clip-Share channels but no one has a restoration channel quite like yours.
    You're the OG of restoration videos.
    Love it!

  • tekhiun
    tekhiun Year ago +5

    Love the video so far, I think it would be interesting if you would weigh the objects before and after the restoration , you could also do it with each individual part as well if it is not too much work to do so.

  • Pesterenan
    Pesterenan 3 years ago +132

    I liked that you kept the PERKEO tag as it was, it's like a piece of the tool's history that keeps living on with it. Really nice restoration!

    • burningBoy8080 kurwa
      burningBoy8080 kurwa 3 months ago +1

      Perkeo are still producing them. So what kind of history?

    • iamkeir
      iamkeir 3 years ago +1

      Pesterenan yes, lovely touch

  • Jumbo Jym
    Jumbo Jym 2 years ago +1

    It truly is a pleasure to watch someone go to this level of detail and you can feel the passion for the work even though not a word is spoken. I honestly wouldn't change a thing in your videos, I enjoy them exactly how they are, you're production quality is amazing, the shots, the pacing, everything is just perfect.

  • DzyMsLizzy
    DzyMsLizzy Year ago +2

    Beauteous! You are obviously a perfectionist, and it shows in the quality of your finished work. It is clear that the phrase, "Good enough for government work" doesn't fly in your shop. My late hubby was the same way. Kudos, sir, on being such a meticulous craftsman.

  • cliffton dorroh
    cliffton dorroh 2 years ago +2

    First I wanna say you are the best on Clip-Share your attention to detail is like no other everything always comes out brand new and you share everything little detail I love that about you! I would really like to see you take old car parts and restore them I think that would take your channel to a whole other level think about it 🤟🏾

  • freestone wilson
    freestone wilson 2 years ago +6

    Not only is your restoration projects a work of Art, your video too is also a work of art! Like of a mechanical poem. Very meditative too.
    Too, maybe only a Master can make a complex project look simple!

  • ronniebillhicks
    ronniebillhicks 17 days ago

    I watch your videos every single night, ..........the time and effort and skill you put into these is astounding, I love that you not only restore, but actually bring back to life,.....!!!!

  • D Sol
    D Sol 3 years ago +2297

    Thank you for not putting background music.

    • tibo
      tibo 5 months ago

      Ong some channels put the goofiest, most overused bg music and it ruins the whole video. Hearing the actual sounds is way better.

    • May I Watch Later?
      May I Watch Later? 5 months ago

      Yea I came to watch a video about old machinery not to hear your Spotify playlist

    • Orca_lmao
      Orca_lmao 8 months ago

      ASMR always is the best

    • No music RC
      No music RC 11 months ago

      That's why I subbed

  • Te Leo y Dibujo
    Te Leo y Dibujo Year ago +1

    I appreciate that you preserve the most parts and also make from almost zero some pieces, it's amazing, also you make usable the restore pieces, it's quite great.

  • R
    R 2 years ago +3

    This chap makes restoration look easy... Have spent hours watching his videos. Always try myself but usually end up just breaking the item I'm trying to restore or realising my toolkit just isn't up to scratch. Good on ya! Keep the videos coming!

  • HardlyEfficient
    HardlyEfficient 3 months ago +11

    Wow, that's amazing. I could not imagine soldering something with this. You definitely should have tried! 🙂

    • Richard Szabo
      Richard Szabo Month ago +2

      Always someone trying to be a wet blanket.

    • burningBoy8080 kurwa
      burningBoy8080 kurwa 2 months ago +1

      @SnowOffStream no

    • SnowOffStream
      SnowOffStream 2 months ago +5

      @burningBoy8080 kurwa Shut up and enjoy the magic >:(

    • burningBoy8080 kurwa
      burningBoy8080 kurwa 3 months ago

      This restoration was totaly unnecessary. We work with them every day and they work perfectly and they look more fucked up then that. This also isnt "antique". This model is still produced.

    • my mechanics
      my mechanics  3 months ago +7

      I really didn't wanted to make the nice copper part dirty ;-)

  • Дмитрий Соловьев

    Великолепный инструмент и великолепная работа с металлом!!!!!

  • Nataly Riuz
    Nataly Riuz 6 months ago

    I love watching your Restoring videos it makes me feel calm relaxed and chill 10 out of 10 keep up the good work

  • Михаил Яблонский

    Такие видео должны быть в топе, работа на высшем уровне👏👏👏👏👏👏👍👍👍👍👍👍

    • M1XaLIS
      M1XaLIS 3 years ago +3

      @Николай Бубличенко это газовый паяльник, жало нагревает пламе газа

    • Николай Бубличенко
      Николай Бубличенко 3 years ago +1

      Люди, подскажите что это за паяльник?

    • Aleksey Korchin
      Aleksey Korchin 3 years ago +1

      Оргазм перфекциониста)

    • Alexandr Skok
      Alexandr Skok 3 years ago +10

      Давно ждал, когда же тут появятся комменты на русском)

    • Artur Ronzhin
      Artur Ronzhin 3 years ago +1

      так-с, объясните мне, что творится на 20:10? это обратное воспроизведение или а-ля магия?

  • Izaias Laurindo.
    Izaias Laurindo. 2 years ago +2

    Que vídeo tão bom.
    É pra não parar de admirar, parabéns pelo zelo na Profissão.

  • Гайрат
    Гайрат 2 years ago +2

    Супер если руки золотые они значит золотые! Спасибо за видео!

  • Ca Gd
    Ca Gd 2 years ago

    Sou do Brasil e gostei muito das suas restaurações, obrigado

  • MrSmith FPV
    MrSmith FPV 2 years ago +5

    Schön einem Perfektionisten bei der Arbeit zu zuschauen! 👍

  • Forest Morris
    Forest Morris 2 years ago +2

    Absolutely remarkable restoration project. You sir, are a true craftsman! Thank you for your videos. I could watch them every day!

  • Вадим Владимирович

    Как всегда, получил огромное наслаждение. Спасибо за ваш труд.

  • André Pai
    André Pai 2 years ago

    Achei que não fosse assistir até o fim por ter 22 min. de duração, mas valeu muito a pena, parabéns pelo seu trabalho.

  • GB
    GB Year ago +1

    You never cease to amaze me! I can’t stop watching your videos!

  • nippon19
    nippon19 2 years ago

    Insane work, you are sooooo skilled, it's just eye candy how clean the things end, great job !

  • Susan Dodge
    Susan Dodge Year ago +1

    Awesome job again. Love your channel and also that you always final test each restoration to see it function. Thanks

  • ALEX S
    ALEX S Year ago +1

    Изумительно! Спасибо за Золотые руки! Получил удовольствие от просмотра.

  • manushka
    manushka 3 years ago +15

    So cool that you can make pieces from scratch when something is broken or doesn’t fit. Great restoration👍🏼

    ВАСКА ПРО Year ago +2

    Очень хорошая работа! Разве только это очень дорого.... Мне очень понравилась ваша работа, удачи вам!

  • Kochu715
    Kochu715 2 years ago

    I like your dedication to quality. To both the function and the finish. The work flow looks effortless and seamless. Obviously the hand of a master craftsman.

  • joel Cunha
    joel Cunha Year ago +1

    Que vídeo mais satisfatório ❤️ muito bom
    Salve; BRASIL

  • Terry Clark
    Terry Clark 2 years ago +4

    Great restoration. I used one of these for years. Very similar. Only difference mine had a chamber behind the soldering head. It was difficult to light on humid days. Great to see this preserved.

  • Ichgehkaputtgehstdumit?
    Ichgehkaputtgehstdumit? 2 years ago +11

    Germany should be grateful to you for receiving its tools as "contemporary witnesses" of German pioneers for posterity! It is fantastic to see the skill with which they developed and shaped their tools back then! And most importantly, you will show how these old tools work! Thank you very much for receiving this part of German history for posterity! You are a real master!

  • derrick holmes
    derrick holmes 2 years ago +1

    You are a perfectionist. That device probably didn't look that good when it was first made. Such a pleasure to watch you work. Thanks

  • Jonn Serratos
    Jonn Serratos Year ago

    Que gran trabajo y que gran dedicación.

  • Patrick A Bartmess
    Patrick A Bartmess 2 years ago

    This is just the tool I have been searching for! Great job on the restoration.

  • Grim Gearheart
    Grim Gearheart 7 months ago +1

    I have 2 questions. 1) How do you manage the parts while disassembling? Maybe it's the jump cut style of editing, but I can't imagine keeping track of the order of all those parts. 2) Have you ever had something break beyond repair and thus couldn't make a video out of it? Thanks for the years of wonderful content.

  • Edgar Martinez
    Edgar Martinez Year ago

    I have seen your work in other videos. It is outstanding! I enjoy watching your projects come to life.

  • lemon pineapple
    lemon pineapple 3 years ago +69

    Clip-Share recommended one of your videos to watch and I instantly fell in love and watched all your videos the same day. I don't know what to do with my life now. No other restoration channels satisfy my need for perfection, and you create perfection. NEED MORE VIDEOS PLEASE

  • student702
    student702 2 years ago +1

    This is my new favorite episode! The Parts Cleaner, Lathe, Buffing Wheel, Sandblaster (not appearing in this episode) and all the other machines are like old friends!
    I love the suspense of looking at a sketchy part and wondering if you'll restore it or make a new one!
    I am getting a TShirt!

  • kuhboom22
    kuhboom22 Year ago

    Love your channel! I'd love to see you use some different wood stain colors for some variation between projects!

  • David Nolte
    David Nolte Year ago

    I really have to admit: Extremely accurate work!

  • HaarigerKlumpen
    HaarigerKlumpen Year ago

    Fantastic work!
    I would have made the holder bar for the copper block a bit longer, as a second way to late the heat in addition to the flame, as it was in the original. Besides that, wonderful job!

  • Felicia M
    Felicia M 2 years ago

    Woah!!! I would love to see a video collection of all the things you have restored. AWESOME job!!! 👏🏼 😎

  • ChozoSR388
    ChozoSR388 3 years ago +154

    Last time I saw this kind of quality content was...well, lessee here...well, I guess it was about...oh, 3 weeks ago now, I reckon! These restorations just keep getting better and better! Thanks for the great content! This one turned out absolutely gorgeous! Hard to believe all that beautiful brass and copper was hidden under all that grime. Shame it was allowed to get that bad in the first place :(

    • Michael Pry
      Michael Pry 3 years ago

      But if they never would have let it get so bad, we wouldn't get to see him restore it.

    • ChozoSR388
      ChozoSR388 3 years ago +3

      @OyeSimón Yeah, it upsets me, too. It's pretty ridiculous. I guess I can understand stuff getting forgotten, generation to generation, but it's still pretty sad.

    • OyeSimón
      OyeSimón 3 years ago +3

      It upsets me on how careless people are with there stuff,

  • Ricky Barron
    Ricky Barron 8 months ago

    From junk to a piece of beautiful art. Love your channel.

  • Ariel's kid tv
    Ariel's kid tv 2 years ago

    I love watching restoration, one of the best content in youtube 👍

  • Alex Funke
    Alex Funke Year ago +1

    I really enjoyed the re-creation of a beautiful tool. And in this episode, your sound recording is superb!! Thanks

  • Ghost
    Ghost 2 years ago

    Your work is amazing. You must be super proud in your work.

  • Arandú Méndez
    Arandú Méndez 2 years ago +73

    Thank you for that patina removing "recipe", I used to clean an old brass mortar and pestle, and it worked wonderfully!

  • Eric Duplessis
    Eric Duplessis 3 years ago +41

    Phenomenal talent! You are by far my favorite restoration page on Clip-Share. Would love to see a video tour of your shop!

  • Rev Moe
    Rev Moe 2 years ago

    Just love your videos, so amazing to see what you can do and your eye for details! Thank you!!

  • Trevor Taylor
    Trevor Taylor 2 years ago

    Fascinating that they made these how long ago crazy! Great job!

  • Terry Tuite
    Terry Tuite 2 years ago +1

    I doubt this iron was this beautiful when new. Great job again.

  • grosbeakmc
    grosbeakmc 7 months ago +5

    I love the calming effect of ocean waves and wind in the trees. Since I don't live near the water or in a forest, your channel is the next best thing. Not to mention the excellent videography and editing, the skills you share, and your consistently outstanding results.

  • Grant S
    Grant S 2 years ago

    You're an artist. Love your videos

  • Erik Allder
    Erik Allder 3 years ago +12

    It always blows me away when you redo knurling by hand with a triangular file. It is also beautiful that you left the piece with the logo untouched. The heart and soul of their original maker is still in every tool you've restored. Another restoration MASTERFULLY done!

  • Crax Corp
    Crax Corp 11 months ago +1

    The mass on tools and the mass on know how is so awesome. Love this videos !! And the love, respect and details for every tool !

  • Coreg Lascaux
    Coreg Lascaux 2 years ago

    Bravo ! Les pièces deviennent de véritables bijoux !!

  • Helen Thorpe
    Helen Thorpe Year ago

    This is so satisfying to watch. Amazing work. Love this guy!

  • Doc Skate
    Doc Skate 2 years ago

    This channel is all about what makes humanity great. Fantastic quality and attitude.

  • The Avenger
    The Avenger Year ago

    Absolutely amazing as always 👏

  • T K
    T K 3 years ago +20

    Thank you for another amazing video!
    Best restoration channel on youtube!

  • James Franklyn
    James Franklyn Year ago

    Beautiful, thanks. An absolute joy to watch.

  • Keinan Mortensen
    Keinan Mortensen Year ago

    An incredible restoupgration.
    Restorating and even making better than before.

  • Loris Brussato
    Loris Brussato 2 years ago

    This guy is just amazing....just the way he brings all back to life

  • Phil Olivieri
    Phil Olivieri 2 years ago

    You sir are the undisputed master of restoration! The time and effort you take to finesse every little piece is evident in your amazing final product. I so enjoy watching your transformations. When I retire in 3 years, I will hobby vicariously through you. 😊

  • M a r s Az
    M a r s Az 5 months ago

    Hermoso, que materiales nobles, en su totalidad restaurado.

  • Ola Sonmark
    Ola Sonmark 3 years ago +4

    Hands down, the most meticulous and beautiful restoration work I've seen so far on Clip-Share. Truly awesome.

  • Nicholas M
    Nicholas M 2 years ago

    How did you learn to do all this stuff and be so adept with tools? Magnificent work.

  • Taco Crisma
    Taco Crisma 2 months ago

    I love how you actively use all the previous things you’ve restored. The vice, the oil can at 15:11, etc.

  • Billy Foster
    Billy Foster Year ago

    Great work, as usual!😄😁🔧🛠️