Favorite Youtube List

Mike Stafford

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Coastal plain of North Carolina
One of my favorites..Engels Coach Shop...woodworking..metal work..welding..jig making, and a lot more.
Mostly..no hollering..a gentleman...enjoy

I have seen a couple of these videos and I have enjoyed them immensely. Know nothing about that kind of work except for a little from The Woodwright's Shop and it was fascinating to see these items come to life.

I haven't succumbed to the Youtube bug yet. I almost never watch anything unless someone provides a specific link.
 

Ryan Mooney

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The Gorge Area, Oregon
Not really youtube as such but you can get quite a fix of videos for various cool projects here:
 

Alan Bienlein

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Since I have gotten into restoring radios and console stereos from the 1940's to the early 1960's my YouTube list reflects this.
 

Paul Douglass

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S E Washington State
I don't really have a favorite, the only thing I use YT for is to fix things that break... So far it has not let me down. Helped me fix a intermittent problem with my hot water heater in my RV that two local RV repair outfit, just could not figure out, after spending $200 letting them try, I referred to YT... First video up solved it, cost me $11 for the switch that was bad and 3 minutes to replace it... A few months ago it helped me fix my clothes washing machine for under $50. Would have cost me at least $300 to to have a repair person come to fix it. I usually refuse to use social sites that censor items that do not fit their political agenda,,,, but I just cannot afford give up on YT.
 
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