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Will this STUBBORN Abandoned F100 Run and Drive After 15+ YEARS!?


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  • Junkyard Digs
    Junkyard Digs  2 months ago +85

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    • Mike
      Mike 2 months ago +5

      Hey, I was just starting to get my first car/truck, and I wanted an older one. Are they reliable?

    • Bender B. Rodríguez
      Bender B. Rodríguez 2 months ago +2

      When I select video quality I get a message that says missing options and it does nothing and the quality is low.

    • Man of Many Trade's Master Of None
      Man of Many Trade's Master Of None 2 months ago +2

      i would like to see if you can buy like some engine cleaner that goes in the motor to clean all the sludge out and see if it really dose work

    • P9 Raceway
      P9 Raceway 2 months ago +2

      Imagine Kevin without MANSCAPED…scary

    • Laura Foisey
      Laura Foisey 2 months ago +1

      Wheres the og f250 to show a example of your first in the grave reveal

  • Bill Holemo
    Bill Holemo 2 months ago +536

    I've been a mechanic for over 43 yrs. I watch you every time you post. I enjoy listening to how you teach to the 1000s of young people!! You come right out. And tell em ain't nothing perfect.

    • Devlin Mangan
      Devlin Mangan 2 months ago +21

      I am one of those young people, started watching Kevin when he was working on the lemans, and now for the past 9 months, I've been working as a mechanic

    • Cam
      Cam 2 months ago +16

      I’m 22 and remember very little from my dad working on clunkers back when that’s all he could afford but I’ve always loved channels like this, think I’ve been watching for around 3 years maybe and I can truthfully say that Kevin is a big reason why I didn’t hesitate to buy my 61 Buick LeSabre that I’m planning to work on this summer, only $400!!! Last on the road in 95 hasn’t ran in about 3 years now an I just couldn’t say no to the experience !!!!

    • Edward
      Edward 2 months ago +10

      My biggest fear when it comes to rescuing old cars is dealing with the DMV

    • oscar wilde
      oscar wilde 2 months ago +3

      @Edward ... feed a bribe, the world is hungry ... 🤗 ...

    • oscar wilde
      oscar wilde 2 months ago +1

      @Cam ... it's a beautiful car. 62 years old and counting, that'll teach you every trick in the book to enjoy it. As Kevin proved here, less is more ... 🤗 ...

  • Peyton Rudolph
    Peyton Rudolph 2 months ago +89

    I love that you can help people who don’t know what they’re doing or don’t have a father/parent figure that will teach them. I got lucky and my dad loves cars and has a big shed a lift. Please keep making this content for the years to come!

    • Repent and believe in Jesus Christ
      Repent and believe in Jesus Christ 2 months ago +1

      Repent to Jesus Christ “That is why, for Christ’s sake, I delight in weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in persecutions, in difficulties. For when I am weak, then I am strong.”
      ‭‭2 Corinthians‬ ‭12‬:‭10‬ ‭NIV‬‬

    • CK Rose
      CK Rose 2 months ago

      Very Very true! My Dad and I both love cars, but he never taught me anything about cars.

  • Michael Kelley
    Michael Kelley 2 months ago +105

    Love watching your videos Kevin! Just watching has taught me a lot about older cars even though I'm not much of a mechanic. Keep up the excellent work!

    • Repent and believe in Jesus Christ
      Repent and believe in Jesus Christ 2 months ago

      Repent to Jesus Christ “That is why, for Christ’s sake, I delight in weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in persecutions, in difficulties. For when I am weak, then I am strong.”
      ‭‭2 Corinthians‬ ‭12‬:‭10‬ ‭NIV‬‬

  • Trenton2005
    Trenton2005 2 months ago +55

    Great video as usual Kevin. This is a great video for beginners that want to revive an old car or truck. It's also nice to see that F100 again.

  • weatherman 001
    weatherman 001 2 months ago +81

    i literally just bought a 1977 f100 to bring back to life. what better timing for this to come out and fill in any knowledge holes i have for reviving vehicles!

    • Yebo Screbo
      Yebo Screbo 2 months ago +4

      Nice! Good luck on the build!

  • Logan Bolton
    Logan Bolton 2 months ago +8

    As a guy who’s about rebuild a carb to put on my dads 429 in his 78 F250 Super Cab I really appreciate how thorough you were during that segment.Great videos man keep up the good work!

  • Gnupur Halldorsson
    Gnupur Halldorsson 2 months ago +15

    Thanks Kevin for saving one more of the great F100 and giving us inspiration and knowhow to do this. Can´t wait for you to pass the 1M milestone!

  • Chris Wood
    Chris Wood 2 months ago +8

    “I had a beer about it” 😂 As always, thanks Kevin for the amazing content and limiting the “Clip-Share” drama BS.

  • Buff’s Garage
    Buff’s Garage 2 months ago +30

    Perfect timing on this how to video... always appreciate your insight and experience!

  • Fazerobloz
    Fazerobloz 2 months ago +23

    I love you jyd big fan been here for a couple years love the videos keep making great content and helping us do our own revivals

  • MrSirrMan
    MrSirrMan 2 months ago +31

    Hey bud love the videos y’all inspire me, just wish I had the resources to spare on my own project truck. Keep it up!

    • Junkyard Digs
      Junkyard Digs  2 months ago +3

      You will someday! The trick to finding them cheap is finding the ones not listed for sale, IE sitting behind a shed or on an abandoned farm

    • MrSirrMan
      MrSirrMan 2 months ago +2

      @Junkyard Digs I remember you saying that, and I’ve been looking ever since. But even if I found one for cheap I have no money to spare and won’t for a while. Times are tough sir

  • HaChiPanKi
    HaChiPanKi 2 months ago +13

    Kevin's videos always inspire me, i'm only an 18 y/o kid who binge-watches this channel on his free time recollecting all the information i can. A couple monts back i went to my uncle's place, he had a 1954 Chevy Pickup that had been sitting in the middle of the woods for a very, very long time, and i wanted to revive it, at least i had the motivation to because i don't have any money to waste. It was a really solid rig, i even tried to convice my uncle to try to run it, but that went nowhere. I starting watching these videos just because of that "dream" that i had when i first saw that old truck sitting in the woods. Sadly the Chevy is no longer there, but the dream goes on.
    Cheers from northern Argentina!

    • mcb204
      mcb204 2 months ago +1

      Man keep trying, it took me 3 years to get my grandads truck from my aunt

  • Wingdwolf 56
    Wingdwolf 56 2 months ago +12

    Love the video! Hardest part for me is finding a vehicle to work on that isn’t completely rusted or parted out

  • Thunderpants 64
    Thunderpants 64 2 months ago +4

    Excellent content! Love the way you share knowledge about making things run on bailing wire and duct tape.

    • Tech481
      Tech481 2 months ago +3

      For some reason I read your name as thunderhead 289😂

  • ChrisTheAspergerGuy
    ChrisTheAspergerGuy 2 months ago +5

    I'm still in the process of catching up on as many of your videos as I can and I think these videos where you get old cars moving again after they've been sitting for decades is some of your best content. I was someone who always assumed that meant cars were dead, but you've shown me that's not true. All it takes is a little tinkering and it's back to life. I just wish I had the skills and knowledge about cars you have. It's probably too late for me at this point. I'm almost 40 and I'm finding it more and more difficult to learn new things as I get older. Being on the autism spectrum doesn't do me any favors either.

  • Jorge Hernandez
    Jorge Hernandez Month ago

    I have watched hundreds of revival videos and this approach you have taken is so informative. Thanks for taking the time and bringing it down to 2nd grade level for us rookies trying to gain some knowledge

  • J.C. Aguiar
    J.C. Aguiar 2 months ago +6

    Been watching you and your gang's videos for a little while now. I don't tinker with my vehicles much but my son does and I help him out sometimes. Their are a lot of guys out there making stuff like you do, but I like watching yours because I can tell you're having fun with it. It doesn't hurt that I pick up tips now and then, but mostly I like watching someone who enjoys what they do, and you and Mook are heckin' hilarious... Keep up the good work 👍

  • Tyler
    Tyler 2 months ago +7

    Never looked forward to content coming out like I do when I see a new junkyard digs video, love the videos man been hooked ever since I’ve seen the first

  • Preston Nerf
    Preston Nerf 2 months ago +16

    Thank you for making this video!! I plan on asking about a 1979 F-150 SuperCab near me after high school and this video will probably be vital to that.

  • Travis Ryan
    Travis Ryan 2 months ago +1

    I honestly recommend this video to someone that wants to learn a lot about carbureted motors. Absolutely love this man.

  • PJ
    PJ Month ago

    As someone who's only had a handful of projects, and failed them all due to lack of finance, it's awesome watching you being able to get presumably seized cars running by yourself, keep them up!

  • Albert Scarani
    Albert Scarani 2 months ago

    im shocked I've seen you get some motors going, but this might the best worn our motor that actually fixed its lower end issues on its own. great work kevin, cant wait to see what you do next to this truck in the near future

  • Adam Patterson
    Adam Patterson 2 months ago +4

    Man, this is down right the best ever. I hope to God anyone of all ages watches your videos or even just this one. Thankyou so much for what all you do.
    Do not ever stop.

  • Dajuice 82
    Dajuice 82 2 months ago +4

    I'm glad you're gonna do something with it, it looks like a solid truck,love the paint on the old girl. I look forward to seeing what comes of it.

  • elvsrbad2
    elvsrbad2 2 months ago +2

    Love seeing these videos. Had a Camaro that was sitting for a decade I got running recently, was such a cool feeling to see it running again. I want to pick up an old truck at some point, but living in the Midwest means so much rust

    • Mark Reisen
      Mark Reisen 2 months ago +1

      I found a 1981 f150 that had a bad 302 that I replaced with a rebuilt block and this was a Washington state truck with 96,000 og miles and has alot less rust than a Wisconsin truck would have.

  • Daz070
    Daz070 2 months ago +7

    As much as we enjoy watching and learning from you Kevin we miss Mook its been too long and i need to hear a Mook Boop !

  • dhag72
    dhag72 Month ago

    Thank you for another educational video Kevin. Learned a ton from your videos, and am confident enough to rebuild carbs myself because of you. You're the best! (And Mook, you're the best too lol)
    Also, the vehicle I learned to drive stick on was the same as this truck, and within a couple minutes I was given the task of using it to pull old fence posts out of the ground at the farm. Didn't even fry the clutch lol good memories

  • Drew Harris
    Drew Harris 2 months ago +6

    bro we are so close to 1mil subs dude ive been watching you for years like your first f150 that u got running back on that farm and man i waited what felt like weeks with you getting that together and running good job kevin

    • FishFind3000
      FishFind3000 2 months ago +2

      Same, I’m amazed how fast he’s grown.

    • ron davis
      ron davis 2 months ago +1

      ​@FishFind3000 52:02 yeah he's really grown lol

  • Gtrplr77
    Gtrplr77  2 months ago +1

    Very informative, and entertaining. I watch all your videos, and I always learn something new. Most vehicles can be revived, it all depends on what's wrong with it and how much time and money your willing to invest. One of my favorite stories was a coworker who found an old Olds Delta 88, supposedly with transmission issues, he had basic trans service done and he drove it for years. Air blew cold and everything, one lucky guy. You just never know.

  • jack smith
    jack smith 2 months ago

    One of the best videos about revivals and so inspiring. Thank you for making this. Short, sweet, and always to the point.

  • Ben Harleman
    Ben Harleman 2 months ago +2

    I have a video idea! A video/video series of you starting everything you own that runs or would run easily? That would be cool to see projects from old videos running again! It will also be good for that stuff to run every once in a while to keep things happy. I periodically start my equipment so it doesn’t develop problems in the future. I love you’re videos and it would be a good filler video when you don’t have a video for the week.

  • Richard Phelan
    Richard Phelan 2 months ago +2

    This was a good episode with some very good information about High mileage engines and the internal engine noises they make

  • Matt Tyree
    Matt Tyree 2 months ago +4

    Now that is the true farm truck haha! It's got to be held together with anything and everything constantly. It deserves more life

  • Bill White
    Bill White 2 months ago +3

    Love the way you teach as you go with your amazing knowledge.

  • Cole Brown
    Cole Brown 2 months ago +2

    I have been watching your videos alongside many others you've collaborated with since I was around 17 or so. I'm 22 now and I have learned so much from you and I now have a couple projects of my own! 1985 Dodge D150 with a 360 and now a 1977 Camaro project. Without you and the many others I dont think I would have gone and done anything like this in my life. Thank you!

  • Vaibhav Dalvi
    Vaibhav Dalvi 2 months ago +1

    Yesterday I was checking out my YT subscription list and I realized there's no video by you guys in some time. I knew you would probably post one today. And then here's one. You know when people start missing you then you got to know you are doing something right.
    Thanks for all the hard work, knowledge and passion.

  • Mister The Geoff
    Mister The Geoff 2 months ago

    Maybe the next step for this series is to do an engine rebuild with only basic tools as well! My Dad and My Grandad managed it back in the day on an Austin 1100 but I reckon that was because the engine was small enough that they could lift it by hand and just set it on the workbench.

  • Jim g
    Jim g 2 months ago +3

    Nice video Kevin. I like how you explained things in a very simple basic manner.

  • Aaron Barr
    Aaron Barr 2 months ago

    Been watching for years now I knew cars before but thanks to this show I figured out a lot of new things that have helped tips and things I forgot great show for learning and entertaining

  • Chad Wright
    Chad Wright 2 months ago +7

    Old ford's never die....love it

  • craig bowley
    craig bowley 2 months ago +2

    I usually skip the ads on people's videos. But I always crack up at yours and Mooks😂 you guys have the best delivery 😅

  • Chanvir Ghuman
    Chanvir Ghuman 2 months ago +1

    Great video and thanks for sharing your knowledge on the Internet. If you weren’t for your you guys, I would’ve never got my old motorcycle to run.

  • Guy Manicone
    Guy Manicone 2 months ago +2

    Love to see you put a new cam in it and everything that goes along with that

  • Wind CH
    Wind CH Month ago

    I don't usually comment on stuff like this but if you ever see this I just want to say thank you for all your amazing advice! I've been watching your videos for a few years now and they've given me the confidence to buy and start wrenching on a 1987 T4R with the factory turbo! I know there's a lot of differences between Japanese and American cars and its far newer than the stuff you all usually work on; but it's surprising how much knowledge you give that can be applied to any old(er) vehicle regardless of age and manufacturer! Thank you guys and rock on!!

  • PinkLady Bikermamma
    PinkLady Bikermamma 2 months ago +5


  • Johnathan Wood
    Johnathan Wood 2 months ago +2

    Nice to go back to your roots. I started watching when you pulled off every car guys dream. Pulling that truck out of the wilderness and getting it to run better and better.

  • Mockingdream
    Mockingdream 2 months ago +1

    Kevin, I now have the courage to go buy an old truck and roll around in the mud because it sound fun. Thanks for the inspiration.

  • johann schmidt
    johann schmidt 2 months ago +2

    You might've peaked. But also. You're clearly more creative than I. I just feel like this is so exactly perfect

  • Mitchell R
    Mitchell R 2 months ago

    Love your videos!! Keep it up!! I hope to one day restore a car like this :)

  • Tobias
    Tobias 2 months ago +2

    Absolutely love the videos you make Kevin, super entertaining and informative. Learned a lot and preparing to possibly take on my first project car (Unknown year AMC Eagle). Would you have any additional advice for people taking on a project car from the mid 80's?

    • Mark Reisen
      Mark Reisen 2 months ago

      Yeah, find out what year it is then do some research to find out what your dealing with and drive on from their.

  • podbtw
    podbtw 2 months ago +4

    I just started watchin, I can already tell it's gonna be a banger, keep it up bro, love ya!

  • William Kanzig
    William Kanzig 2 months ago +1

    Love your channel. Strange cause usually I don't have to look up how to do brakes cause it is usually in your most recent video but not lately lol. Keep up the awesome content!

  • Illia Flannery
    Illia Flannery 2 months ago +2

    driving engagement in the petty tool argument. Actually kinda jealous of that truck. I love those old fifth gens and 69 is my favorite year with all the styling flairs that came with the ranger package. I'd want an f250 camper special but that one's a mint rig as it sits. fun throw back video, Kevin

  • Jimux
    Jimux 2 months ago

    Hey Kevin, what you said about using heavier oil on a higher mileage/ older engines makes sense but will that apply to transmission as well? I am debating whether or not will be a good idea for me to change my 240k tranny from using OEM (thinner) to AMSoil synchromesh (slightly thicker). Would that be a good idea or no?

  • David Thurman
    David Thurman 2 months ago +2

    Great content as always!

  • Doug Park
    Doug Park 2 months ago +1

    Those high tech insulated pliers. Definitely a must have shad tree mechanic tool.

  • C6 Modellsport
    C6 Modellsport 2 months ago +11

    3:20 You also need to have your shop foreman come over and inspect it as well. A second set of eyes never hurts!

  • William Don
    William Don 2 months ago +1

    Thank you for all the free knowledge. The explanations of different things help a bunch.

  • Its  time to RIDE!
    Its time to RIDE! 2 months ago +1

    i think you should do a budget friendly rebuild on this cruppy engine! it would be e great episode!

  • UK From a Drone
    UK From a Drone 2 months ago

    your drum brake rebuild tutorials came handy when my friend's celica decided, that it wants its handbrakes seized...
    done the whole job, greased up the contact bumps, everything back together in no time.
    I am not big on carbed cars, but your knowledge is inspiring and even on the surface helps everyone! keep it up!

  • PikaPoo
    PikaPoo 2 months ago

    I can’t believe extending the pushrod actually worked lol. Love seeing engines keep going after someone else gave up

  • Jeffsfarm
    Jeffsfarm 2 months ago

    Videos like these with all the tips to revive something inspired me to revive a neglected Honda Recon 250 I got for free from a buddy that let it sit for almost 3 years because of a no spark issue. Its almost ready to hit the trails once the weather warms up. Watching you, Sleeperdude etc is what inspired me to take on the project.

  • Three_vs_one
    Three_vs_one 2 months ago +3

    I've been watching him for awhile now and has gotten me more into working on cars and enjoying it XD

  • Mike Betts
    Mike Betts 17 days ago

    Excellent video. You’re one heck of a mechanic. You can also use a Leather belt to takeoff the filter. Mike from Florida👍👍👍👏👏👏👏👏🇺🇸

  • Teqie86
    Teqie86 14 days ago

    This has been every helpful in guiding me to rebuild the carb on my wife’s 77 XLT. Only tip I have is if you could mount the camera directly above the work you are doing on the carb it would provide a better visual of what to do.

  • TheAbomb20
    TheAbomb20 2 months ago

    Man I always watch your videos, I find them entertaining and instructive keep it up I am looking forward to the next video

  • Allan Franklin
    Allan Franklin Month ago

    Love these Ford trucks, FE engine with distributor in the front, starter relay on the fender, both easy to access. This is a nice truck with a/c, p/s, auto trsnsmission.

  • Mario Salazar
    Mario Salazar 2 months ago

    Kevin great show we really love it. Had a question, can I change a throttle body carburetor to regular jet carburetor

  • gaming with ian
    gaming with ian 2 months ago +3

    Thanks! been subscribed for a while i love your content, always cracked me up

  • canadacatalyst
    canadacatalyst Month ago

    Great Job Kevin, love it!

  • affordablevs
    affordablevs 2 months ago

    Great old truck, it definitely wants to live! To be fair by the end of the video the sound coming out of the back sounded SWEET! Keep the faith with this one!

  • dan nass
    dan nass 2 months ago

    Just a thought Rich, how about limiting the travel of the steering with stops instead of modified fenders? It seems like the truck has a great turning radius and can afford a degree or 2. Whatcha thinking?😮

  • K Paul
    K Paul 2 months ago

    Well I would say AT-205 but I think that rear main is SHOT and the bottom end probably couldn't handle the lower viscosity. Good job Kevin 👏 👍

  • joe brock
    joe brock 2 months ago

    Kevin said when hes gonna get back on that wagon I'd like to see what not changing an oil and total abuse has done to that engine over the years it'd be kind of interesting to see if it has to be bored out as sludge as the vow covers work when you pull them off when you pick it up so we're looking forward to seeing it back on the channel hoping you revealed your personal energy instead of getting a crate motor or using a different mot Altogetheror

  • Eric Blackwood
    Eric Blackwood 2 months ago +4

    Good job keep up the good work

  • johnathan wright
    johnathan wright 2 months ago

    I recently got a 1967 ford LTD and it has been impossible to find any information on but taking what I’ve learned from watching your videos the last couple years it’s been the most reliable vehicle I own so thank you for all you do

  • Terry Eustice
    Terry Eustice 2 months ago

    Great Job Kevin. Loved the work! Thanks for sharing buddy. 💯❤️

  • Michael Garner
    Michael Garner 2 months ago +2

    I got a set of cheap wrenches/ratchet/sockets (made in India) for Christmas when I was 15 years old. 30 years later I still use that set on every project. I'm definitely not a professional but I turn wrenches way more than most folks. Just like you said Kevin....a wrench is a wrench.

  • SilentDoc Sihreen
    SilentDoc Sihreen 2 months ago

    Great getting started video sir!
    Thanks for taking the time to do the more major teaching parts, which I know from experience take a Lot of time and errort!

  • luke seaton
    luke seaton 2 months ago

    Hey there brother, I've been watching your channel for about 2 yrs now and it very quickly took over as one of my top 3 favorite channels, so thank you and congrats on the success. The main reason I'm commenting right now it's because I am almost absolutely certain that these 69 Ford in the most recent video belong to my cousin and had been in the family for many years until he finally parted ways. That truck was our little field toy for a long time. And you were talking about finding a name for. We simply referred to it as "Ol' Blue". I would love to find out if it's actually his old pickup or not so please do it justice. Thank you so much.

  • Monkeys Garage57
    Monkeys Garage57 2 months ago +34

    So this means your never gonna go into great detail about how to rebuild a carb again, right? Next video "I'm gonna show you how to rebuild this carb"

    • Christopher Meiners
      Christopher Meiners 2 months ago

      ......I dont want you to be right

    • Monkeys Garage57
      Monkeys Garage57 2 months ago +2

      ​@Christopher Meiners we both know what's gonna happen

    • OntarioRedneXXX
      OntarioRedneXXX 2 months ago +1

      Its part of the revival 🤷‍♂️

    • J.C. Aguiar
      J.C. Aguiar 2 months ago +1

      Probably not the next video, but I'm sure it'll come up again. This wasn't the first and doubt it's gonna be the last, though you gotta admit he throws in new tidbits each time. Like filling and filing the stamp on the spacer. Good advice and not something everyone does or knows to do...

    • Monkeys Garage57
      Monkeys Garage57 2 months ago

      ​@J.C. Aguiar if he would do a little tid bit like that every now again yea that's great but I don't need half the video to be a carb rebuild when he has specific videos on how to do it

  • Jacque Jecker
    Jacque Jecker 2 months ago

    Another great video. I like how you explain most things in great detail that everyone, even us shade tree mechanics, can understand. Thanks. P.S. in your commercial, Jojoba is pronounced Hohoba. Those J's are pronounced as H's. It is a spanish word. Cheers.

  • Robert Sieber
    Robert Sieber 2 months ago

    Keep up the great work! On a side note I have a set of metric wrenches I got off a tool truck like the ones that go to flea markets I bought in about 1991 and used quite hard for years, still work great. I have a set of Great Neck wrenches that I did break one by doubling it up. Don't do that. But they are good too. I do buy HF stuff since I no longer do mechanical work daily.

  • Cory Jones
    Cory Jones 2 months ago

    Great video. Can't wait to see you rebuild the engine

  • MrMOreschi
    MrMOreschi 2 months ago

    I keep asking if this one is for sale every time I see it. Glad you are bringing it back!

  • Clifford Redding
    Clifford Redding 2 months ago

    You mentioned your tools and I thought id ad what helps me. I keep a zip up GI duffle in my truck with smaller harbor freight bags inside the organize to organize my tools. It keeps it simple for when I’m working on stuff. I can spread all the bags out like a big toolbox whenever I’m at or I can unload the whole thing easily for date night, groceries etc.

  • Mack Man 88
    Mack Man 88 2 months ago

    Respect for staying with it and bringing it back. I love the channel, but where's Mook? I truly enjoy watching the two of you wrench together. Let the good times roll.

  • Jeff Gilleran
    Jeff Gilleran 2 months ago +1

    Also, FE blocks are hard as hell on Timing chain and gear sets.
    Seen plenty of backfires through the carb and damaged pushrods too, but the gear set is always a suspect and often worn to hell.

  • Daniel Baisley
    Daniel Baisley 2 months ago

    I have had some engines develop some serious oil leaks after running marvel mystery through it. I think it must have dislodged all the sludge that were plugging the leaks.

  • Mike Mullay
    Mike Mullay 2 months ago

    I have two old Buicks that I run 15-40 Rotella oil in. Both engines run beautifully and are very happy with that oil I also use a zinc additive.

  • American Rambler
    American Rambler Month ago

    So, how much hp are you gonna put into this cool old dilapidated bump side F-100? (These old bump sidefords do look good.) Do you know what the flex-o-magic suspension was that this truck came stock with from the factory from 1967 - 1972? They were a meet little arrangement that really improved the ride while empty and really helped the loaded truck stability. I grew up driving an F-100 with that set up and it worked real well when loaded, towing loaded and running around empty, it rode very well compared to other pickups.

  • Richard Thomas
    Richard Thomas 2 months ago +7

    Good afternoon and thumbs UP!!

  • James Smith
    James Smith 2 months ago

    I'm looking at firing up my old Ford. Long story and a longer history with it. I like the way the pivot arm on the points was floating. I miss seeing Mooks videos. Good seeing you get a cat scan like Jonathan W does. I have you two clicked and belled but seldom see wither of you. Good video professor. Clear and consise.

  • Robert Morgan
    Robert Morgan 2 months ago

    Watching Kevin pull clapped out trucks out of barns and making them drive again is what convinced me to buy and old truck. I pulled my 68 f100 out of a chicken house last July and and spent about a month working on it and I’ve been driving it every day since

  • bmill2000
    bmill2000 2 months ago +1

    I love watching your videos and this one makes me want to start working on my 83 K25 again

  • Digital Dave
    Digital Dave 2 months ago

    Kevin, that feeling you felt when the engine started running better without explanation….that’s called being flabbergasted. It’s ok. It happens to everyone.

  • Robert Bayer
    Robert Bayer 2 months ago

    Loved the informative vehicle tech. Absolutely great advertisement for Manscaped on this one!! Had to laugh out loud on several parts, especially for Mr. Scissors🤣🤣🤣🤣

    THATRUSTYF100 2 months ago +4

    Great to see another f100

  • Outdoor Riding!
    Outdoor Riding! 2 months ago

    I love your videos kevin you taught me a lot i ordered your hoodie i love the comfort and i love the fact it comes with 2 stickers one is on my fourwheeler and the other is on my dads truck