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I built my own yacht with materials from the scrap yard Full 90 days
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Very nice and cool, good job.
Quá tuyệt vời.
i wouldn't normally comment, but this dude deserves mad props. I'm blown away by his tenacity, creativity, and sense of adventure. bravo dude, bravo.
Repent to Jesus Christ “Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in him.” Psalms 34:8 NIV h
@marko panko 2.0. good for you young dude. You are of a beautiful age of wonder, and armed with an unlimited supply of “how to” instructional videos. Use it to make something valuable out of nothing but your imagination and effort. I’ve done this since I was your age because nobody ever gave me anything. I created the things I wanted. You can make something out of nothing. Don’t let anyone tell you different.
Absolutely beautiful! It’s awesome that he’s bringing these beat up boats back to life. I live in homestead Florida, 20 mins from Miami,unfortunately in some of the more rural areas people abandoned old boats, jet skis and dump trash. I always thought it would be cool to salvage one. Now every time I see one I think of this man and his extraordinary skills
Normally I don't comment on these projects, but this BLOWS ME AWAY! I love the design. I didn't see any torque wrench being used during the rebuild - especially with the head bolts. I'd be a little worried about that. Weird that he lined up the shaft before mounting the engine, but I guess it worked! Great design and all within 90days! NICE
Sir, I don't know who you are and what you're all about, but you have earned my respect. You are a master builder--a one-man boat maker of immense talent, skill, and perseverance! I have never sat through an entire build like this. I was completely transfixed! No blueprints, no bs--just a lot of patience and measuring and more patience! And the end product is well worth it! Amazing little speedboat, sir, and for that, you have earned my sub! Keep building, and we'll keep watching!
Mad respect on what you did with that motor and a GD turbo found in water and sand with Barnacles growing on it. Anyone able to do that can do ANYTHING.
This man is a genius. That engine rebuild was just a work of art and an almost impossible task never mind the rest of the work.
Ага искуство и не поменять масляный фильтр верх идиотизма
Piece of junk becomes a beautiful boat
How he supose to fix on the engine if it breaks down?
Think this just might be the greatest video I've watched on Youtube. Absolutely love this guy's tenacity and determination to succeed. What a job he has done and how many folk in western society would even take a task like that on??? Bravo. A true lesson in hard work!!!!
Absolutely amazing! Fantastic use of existing materials, and the perform a full engine rebuild, while retaining most of the parts that were submerged in sea water is mind blowing!
He is like 4 mechanics combined into 1: engine rebuilder, interiors renovator, chasis and shell repairer, yatch designer. You earned my respect bro.
I cant find the best words to describe that how amazingly and ferociously you're talented, huge and huge respect, I love to watch restoration videos and I had already watched thousands of videos, but trust me this is the best ever, and I am damn sure that no one will come up with better one in the comparison of this restoration. Many genius would not even imagine to touch their hand on such engine which was drastically rusted. And best part that I was not even think and expect that you will use the same boat😂, every inch of work was amazingly amazing
I can't even begin to explain how this man can take to most destroyed parts and make them new again, a moter that beat and water logged and make it look and run like new and the entire build I'm just lost for words!!!! Amazing!! The world needs more people like you in it!!!!
@Cipher Oceanus how can he be..he's a Democrat.. 🤣😂
@Mangos and Pineapples 🤣😂🤣..is that a new breed of lazy..
I am 13:08 into this and I no kidding am completely blown away at the fact he went to the beach pulled this engine out of the sand stripped it down and rebuilt it with its old parts! I use to work for Dodge, Jeep and Chrysler as a line 1 tech. You cant even get parts to last that long on cars! WOW much respect!
I've seen a lot of rebuild videos, yet this is by far on another level. Craftsmanship is one thing, but the imagination and creativity to make something out of pretty much nothing is what makes it incredible!
I was enthralled with your ingenuity and creativity. I couldn't have been more immersed in this video. How I would have loved to be there to do a build like this. You've earned my respects!
Absolutely impressive creativity and skills. Just watched this whole video with my kid because we couldn't believe anyone could restore such an engine. Inspiring!
Chế một chiếc thuyền rất là công phu 👍
He's a diesel mechanic, plumber, electrician, welder, metal fabricator, he can run a lathe, fiberglass work, carpenter, he does engineering design work, painter, and finally, a captain! You're awesome!!
One of the coolest videos like this I've ever watched! I have never seen anything this good come from almost nothing. You are the embodiment of tenacity! May your turbo last long and give you boost for many years to come! (Enjoy the fruits of your labor!) If this is what you can do with some junk, I cannot imagine what you'd be doing if you were in America! This boat is super cool! I love the style! Wow!
Sinceramente este foi um dos vídeos mais impressionante que já vi. O cara simplesmente é surreal. Estou absolutamente impressionado com a capacidade dele restaurar o improvável. Com certeza é o Senhor Fantástico.
Repent to Jesus Christ “Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in him.” Psalms 34:8 NIV ht
Safety concerns apart (using hands to wash parts in Aceton or benzine, testing an engine while simply holding it, welding without eye protection, the list goes on...), I have to say that just the engine restoration was more than impressive.
@Stan Salazar OSHA 🤣🤣🤣
Chill out OSHA.
Like others have said, salvaging the engine was itself incredible, but everything else from the precision of the work to the design of the boat has me speechless.
@Leonardo Landi Yeah I agree with you, I watched a lot more of his stuff and I’m leaning towards it all being authentic.
@Alfonso Tatto he may have been helped but you can literally see him build 99% of the whole thing
@𝐓𝐡𝐞𝐑𝐞𝐝𝐑𝐚𝐯𝐞𝐧 I thought the same but we saw every part from the original condition to the final result, and he was the only one doing work on it unless shown when other people were helping. Like you can't fake that the original hull was broken and he completely redid it. It's just there in the two other videos in his channel
Which part? Where he doesn’t tape off parts when painting them, or when he uses safety squints when welding?
Nahh maen chopped strand only with 0 surface cleaning for the resin. 🤣 100% guaranteed as long as the YT video lasts. Also wondering how those open doors and closed cabin shed sideways waves and don't put the boat back where they found it.
Xem cách bạn phục hồi lại động cơ rồi đến thiết kế thuyền, và đoạn cuối chạy trên sông, thật sự vô cùng ngoại mục và ấn tượng. Quả thật bạn có rất nhiều kỹ năng, một video rất công phu, chỉ có thể nói là tuyệt vời. Mong kênh của bạn ngày càng phát triển.
Hats off to you! That's an incredible build from what would have been garbage. You did an outstanding job!
A giỏi thật sự. E cũng kinh ngạc vì a tháo ra và lắp lại như cũ. VN mình cần nhiều ng như a
Omg...my mind could not be more blown. this incredible boat build was literally the most amazing thing ive ever seen anyone design & build purely by their own imagination & ingenuity, (completely by HAND, mind you) with nothing but scavenged junk found along the side of the road for building materials. i watched him do it with my own eyes & i still cant believe the outcome. his understanding of mechanical engineering is on a level all its own. mannn....being soo talented at your craft must be a satisfying feeling. what an accomplishment. 👏🙌👍👌
Jestem pełen podziwu: umiejętności, talentu i włożonej pracy w budowę jachtu.
Waduh bro jentellah , kalaupun iya nak buat konten agak agaklah ....itu enjin berapa ribu tahun terbiar ....sampai sekotor itu? ...kemonlah....
This is probably the best example of mechanical talent and skill I have ever seen! You deserve some sort of HUGE reward for doing this and showing the world your amazing skills! You have awesome work ethic as well as drive,, it's really amazing!
Damn guy you really wanted a boat! Very good job man. It great, runs good. Frankly didn't think you'd get that engine going pretty corroded. Never quite seen one like that. But you did a good job man. You got a good looking boat that goes real fast. You can't beat that!
The fact that he resurrected that engine is incredible. Who knows how long it will last though, can't say I've ever seen somebody set valves with a piece of cardboard and install a head without a torque wrench. Why go through all that work just to re-use the head gasket? Very impressed the way he engineered the boat with almost all repurposed parts and materials.
I think he did use a torque wrench. It’s amazing how much a man can learn from experience, though. Mad props to this man
Chega junto aí, alguém com condições de investir nos projetos deste jovem mega inteligente...😀👍🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
This is one of the most impressive restorative builds I have ever seen, goodness you did a heck of a job! 90 days almost seems too short for the amount of improvements you made. Great work.
@Ayrflo Gaming You can replace the wear parts though.
@Eddie Gordo that’s fair to say, there was a lot of work involved but you can’t completely peel back time and wear. 👍🏾
yes but the engine had damage signs on pistons and crankcase. also this boat would last one week in saltwater (too much iron work)
Fantástico, impressionante isso sim é mecânico de verdade!
The elbow grease required for this "runabout", is astounding. Time lapse allows us to see a 90 day 10 hr/day process in 30 minutes. Just what the average youtuber requires. Not only was the re-build more than difficult, the DIY stick welding was a miracle with questionable voltage available. And what about the fiberglass work? In spite of monsoon rains and humidity, Mr. Ho Thanh Che managed to find an amazing hull, that is not only stable, but planes easily. This boat was free, but the labor is worth 20,000 US. Question: How does your creation ride in some chop? Have you improved the cable steering and tankage? Does it do 45 knots with two passengers?
This guy has skill and imagination along with those who helped him. This is a testament to human ingenuity. Thank you
I've never seen a boat without a transmission? So he's got no reverse or neutral. Start it up and it's going! He attached a u-joint yoke right to the flywheel and the driveshaft to that and out to the prop, and it's all inside a piece of round stock. Pretty smart! I love how he used two car brake rotors for the steering cable to steer with. All hand made in 30 minutes, that's crazy! 😳 He literally turned a boat anchor into a boat. Awesome work, inspiring! Turbo diesel engines are perfect for that application. That thing revs up pretty high for a diesel! How fast? I'm guessing 50mph?
Que coragem irmão ! Me ensina a ter essa coragem !!!!
If they brought up the Titanic, this guy could get the boilers running again. Literally genius level work. To see what to us is worthless scrap and see a custom boat….and the. To devote unimaginable hours and tenacious work to make the vision a reality. Talk about wanting something and working for it. So glad he’s getting the attention he deserves here. 👏🏻👏🏻👍🏻👌🏻
khâm phục tinh thần chế đồ của anh.biến những thứ tưởng như không còn dung được thành đồ dùng thật hoàn hảo.
Hard to know what to even say... cardboard for gaskets, and it works fine. That's not something they want you to know It's game over for parts manufacturers if this man gets his way. Awesome.
Absolute patience and craftmanship there, i’ll never look at an old boat the same way again, the time spent on the engine alone must have been very lengthy, very nice job 👍
@Атомный Танк The guy got over 100 million views from those videos. I am sure he just made more money than you will make in a lifetime🙄
@Атомный Танк He can go Clubbing instead of rebuilding a rusted water damaged engine 🤔🤣🤭🙄
@Атомный Танк I'd imagine there's just as many things to do in Vietnam as any other place on planet earth.
Parabéns pelo projeto!
Absolutely incredible!!! This guy has amazing skills. Makes me want to try my hand at something like this. Now, where do I find an old boat and all of the other stuff I need 🤔 lol!
Absolutely incredible. I would be curious how much if this he learned from others and how much he just taught himself. Certainly a mechanical genius all on his own. I've never seen someone be able to do it all like this.............
The genius is more common the stick to ituvness is the rarer quality nothing shall daunt this man
He’s the definition of hard work, perseverance, and genius!
This man is next level. He does everything, from mechanic to bodywork. Mad respect my guy
And calls a tiny boat “yacht”
And welds with no welding mask
Fantastic achievement! (Although I'm slightly concerned about access to the engine for maintenance...) Still, great video!
Ficou muito lindo seu iate, parabéns
This is what happens when you challenge a human spirit that has a "can do" attitude! Nothing but respect for this guy!
That was amazing. truly an inspiration to your community. No transmission, though, so no reverse.
My man, you are one of those rare, gifted men. Most guys would have took one look at that motor and walked away. But you rehabbed and reused everything. Truly inspiring. Truly.
I wouldn't have walked away: I'd have used that hunk of junk as a mooring for my boat 🤣 To look at it and say "it's probably worse on the outside: I can make it go" takes mad confidence in your abilities.
@Failing at Pessimism You walk the beaches in Asia, there's all sorts of stuff left to rot. All he did was take a video of what he found!
@Chery Saldivar Not in that region. It happens fast around here. But I doubt he made that much work for himself intentionally as the goof above is suggesting!
@koda right, regardless!
Mr ho This was amazing to watch from start to finish your vision your skills your determination to complete such a task is extraordinary the hard work and hours you put into this project are just awsome 😀 my hat goes off to you fine sir thankyou for sharing this with us all👌 truly 😊 amazing 😀 and mission complete.
Parabéns em ! Ficou demais .. 👍🏼💪🏼
Absolutely amazing job..my only negative thought is isn't access to the engine a bit of a problem ?
Я не могу найти лучших слов, чтобы описать, насколько вы потрясающе и свирепо талантливы, огромный и огромный респект, я люблю смотреть видео о реставрации, и я уже посмотрел тысячи видео, но поверьте мне, это лучшее, что когда-либо было, и я блин уверен что лучше никто не придумает в сравнении с этой реставрацией
The skill and ability shown during this restoration is absolutely amazing. The engine rebuild alone down to the point of polishing the crank is very impressive, and the steering mechanism and design was very creative as well. My hat is off to you sir as you are truly a gifted individual, well done.
Im gonna remember the the throttle cable trick.. that was nice..
@JamesRS2007 no worries. I understood what you meant. Whatever you wanna call it either a talent, a gift, experience, this guy is unusuall in a good sense.
@Laurynas Stankevicius Thanks for the reply Laurynas, this guys ability to disassemble and reassemble the engine in the manner in which he does I feel is a gift, however I see your point in that he worked to learn this skill. However you want to recognise this as either learned skill or gifted ability, I am just acknowledging them in this video. Thanks again for the reply Laurynas.
I wouldn't call him gifted. This guy worked for his skillset and knowledge
really cool :D lack of safety features anywhere is fenomenal. from driving w/o seat belts to everything else :D
Skills, mind power and knowledge combined, the man deserves the best wishes on any coming up proyects. 👏
It’s mind blowing what this guy managed to do! 👏 👏 what a skill set !!!
It’s unbelievable how you built this Amazing Thing 👏I Respect you so much💪
I'm normally not easily impressed by stuff like this. But the way he restored that motor was incredible!
@hinchyotb yes your right but his work ethics is way beyond compared to those other mechanics.
literally every mechanic anywere in the world can do this 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
@Robert L =D
Except he could have at least given it a new oil filter instead of reusing and polishing up the waterlogged rusty old one, all that work could go to waste!
Incredible what I’ ve seen…..you are really a great great mechanic and ship builder! Congratulation from Italy
That's really amazing, indeed!!! And for sure it needs some exhaust system, it sounds scarry loud))
Mis felicitaciones más sinceras por este excepcional trabajo. Un verdadero artesano con una habilidad impresionante.
Il est incroyable ce mec. Le taff de malade. Impressionnant 👏
This man build a freaking complete working engine from a coral reef... That's damn impressive and beautifully done. plus the sound of it was smooth. Amazing work.
o forse ti hanno fatto credere che fosse cosi.. una piccola imperfezione dei pistoni e il motore di grippa.. quindi mi fa strano che fosse tutto sano il motore
I've never seen someone work so fast. I can't even assemble a plastic model properly.
Absolutely Amazing ,my only negative comment is something i learned the hard way myself i understand you are a young Man and it’s difficult to understand how working with all those Chemicals and different Machinery for grinding and Scrubbing will affect you longterm as you get older ,I was the same way at your age and ironically it was mostly Boating that i was involved with building ,fixing ,and Restoring all those Toxic Chemicals using bare hands get absorbed quickly and wind up in your Bloodstream being exposed to every system in your body i highly suggest that you invest in good safetey Equipment like Respirators , and heavy Duty Rubber gloves the items are very inexpensive and easily available with the Internet and other Venues ,trust me your body will appreciate it if you do and if you don’t your body could hate the longterm affects those affected most will be your Lungs ,Kidneys, and Liver all of which are designed to filter toxins out of our major Organs and keep Us Healthy , and without taking care of those we can and will wind up having many MedicalIssues in Middle Age and beyond i’m fairly positive that for myself the Exposure i had as a Teenager working in the Marine Industry caused severe brainInjuries and actually wound up putting me in a WheelChair inMy 40s
Greetings from germany, my Country needs More People with Skills like yours. Much respect:)
Ótimo trabalho. Gostaria de saber quanto tempo demorou p ficar pronto todo ele.
When I read yacht - and started with a small boat, I thought you were going to splice it with another bigger boat to make a real yacht. But anyway - great job, beautiful design!. I bet you could make a real yacht.
Bro really mixed all the nuts and bolts and still managed to put the engine back together, actual god tier
yeah but still, no modern engineers will mix the bolts like he did and still manage it
@Eric he got everything but a welding helmet
@2Stroke Tyson A lot of experience and when you really like what you doing, you never will be lost
@Alan Green he didn't use a torque wrench
@Alan Green Head bolts unless they are studs are single use torque to yield anyway...
Absolute respect to such an amazing skillset!
Parabéns pelo trabalho, fantástico
You are an absolute beast mate! I am so impressed. You are a master of all trades, and an inspiration. Please keep making videos!
the engine rebuild alone was incredibly satisfying to watch!
I wouldn’t have believed that this engine rebuild was possible if I didn’t see it with my own eyes. He has amazing knowledge of engines, let alone his boat building skills
but not has good repair, has fake repair not change bearings,seals,oil pump,water pump,starter bearing, anythink new, piston ring need change new too, its not change new have big fake repair, run maybe littletime oil go lot and broken fast this engine, because seal has old, bearing has old shit, etc, many, have wery cheap change all bearings and seals new.
Also a lot of things to do Behind the scenes about part's fixing and change it.
See it with your own eyes.. you didn’t bruv
someone hire this guy or give him all the finances to pursue a degree or perhaps just let him work for a good company on the other hand he already makes good money form youtube probably even better bc *he is his own boss*.
Watching this made my day!! You have amazing skills!! Thanks for sharing man.
That is soooo dope! My only question is, do you have to take the whole thing apart to change the oil and service the motor?
I find it hard to believe the rebuilder would use the old head gasket, maybe the old pan gasket, both are asking for leaks. I saw new crank bearings so most likely showing the old gaskets was for the video and not actually used in the engine rebuild. This guy has plenty of skills and time, ready for hire, just about anywhere. Sam in Portland Oregon says hello!
Congrats man.... Not just on the build..... The video too ... You delivered on the title..... brilliant
This has to be one of the most heart-warming boat builds I've seen in a very long time. Congratulations on your imagination, building skills and perseverence in completing such an excellent boat!
Its a miracle for me how this engine could ever run again. Congrats
BRAVISSIMO! you built your own motoscafo and it looks amazing! congratulations from Roma, Italy, A.
I respect the abilities and commitment. Very nice little speedster. The only negative I would have at all is the designating it as a yacht.
Молодец парень! Можно только радоваться и гордится таким сыном!
Good job Mr. Ho! Very cool. I''m amazed that old sea-crusted engine was salvaged. I would have figured it was too corroded or that restoring all the surfaces would have thrown off certain tolerances, but damn... it seemed like the inside was largely spared from corrosion. Well done Sir.
I’m impressed that rebuild was a Mammoth task looks great and goes very well. Only one small thing you put that lovely engine in on the rusty old engine mount. 👏👏
Mr. Ho, You are a remarkable fellow. Your boat is terrific. Thanks for sharing your creativity!
I cannot believe the time and dedication that you put in to that entire engine. That thing looked like a total loss.
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Me and a couple of buddies have been a team for a few years, we work together, build together, create things, waste money etc lol but all of us have been watching this build the last couple of months. This was one of the most meticulous and well done jobs any of us have seen on YouTube. Your consistency, effort, dexterity and attention to detail was all very well done. Keep it up🤙looking forward to seeing the next build
Hows those turn signals working
not to mention his welds looked good and no shield ..lord help us...
Couldn't have said it better...
Great style and design. Be proud of your work. It deserves the praise.
Great video and nice boat. I’m wondering if you can put the boat in reverse in case of an emergency? I’m assuming that it will only go forward.
Wow. 🙂😊Very strong job. Gold hands!!! lucid mind! RESPECT! Health, happiness, and good luck in future buildings! You're a handsome man!
Excelente! Vi todos los videos de la construcción. Es genial! FELICITACIONES!
The sheer engine rebuild is absolutely something else. It's fascinating, that something most of us would have called trash, can be brought back to life, and MANUALLY, with hand work. I mean, just wow.
Ban ở đau .cho minh xin sdt dc ko
@I Am Empyrean Ya, but even the CNC is not a modern automated machine like most are now adays. Still manual labor. I was thinking about that when I wrote the original post, but in my book, everything done is manual, with no automation support.
Yeah it feels humbling to know if my life depended on me replicating this engine rebuild I'd be dead...
There was a lot of CNC mill work done here. Definitely not entirely done by hand, per se. Very impressive knowledge to be able to restore such a corroded engine. Very few have that kind of skillset anymore after factorization upended the individual craftsman.
That boat is so fast oh my GOD 😱😱 Incredible work man
Impressive is a understatement.. This was amazing!
Спасибо за ваш труд и желание сделать вашу мечту былью.
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