I don’t know how the guy who produced this had this much patience, but: this is a stop-motion video, about an hour long, of a guy restoring a very rusty Range Rover Classic, one step at a time. I could sit and watch this kind of thing for days.

It’s interesting too, because for the longest time I’ve thought that I need to restore the Scout as close to original as possible. This guy is patch-welding in whole sections, rustproofing them, and painting them—not worrying about making things as original as possible. I’ve inherited enough patch welds on Peer Pressure that I’m already past the concours restoration phase: I think I’m to the point where I can embrace them and keep going.

Date posted: September 2, 2019 | Filed under Inspiration | 1 Comment »

One Response to Range Rover Restoration – Stop Motion

  1. Neal in Boston says:

    That’s completely awesome!

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