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As a long time lurker in the world of Range Rover Classics, this one YouTuber has allowed me to live vicariously through his restoration until I find the one I want to work on.

He's an Irish guy named George and his channel is called "Soup Classic Motoring". He also works on other classics that he owns (Lotus Esprit!!) but the video quality and stop motion is second to none.

Channel Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iyq4_GQ7-PQ
A recent RRC-centric video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgQiZ3BZHPU

Happy Viewing!!
 

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As a long time lurker in the world of Range Rover Classics, this one YouTuber has allowed me to live vicariously through his restoration until I find the one I want to work on.

He's an Irish guy named George and his channel is called "Soup Classic Motoring". He also works on other classics that he owns (Lotus Esprit!!) but the video quality and stop motion is second to none.

Channel Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iyq4_GQ7-PQ
A recent RRC-centric video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgQiZ3BZHPU

Happy Viewing!!
I've watched George's channel for a while now, he's fantastic. His repairs are excellent too. I completed a lot of similar rust repair on my RRC but my welds were much more "agricultural"
 

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I also enjoy the channel. He gets burned out a bit though. George if you read this, ill move there and help out thanks. :thumb:
 

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Somewhere in the trailer it is mentioned 'a barn find Range Rover'. There are many definitions of barn find. Mine is one where the car has been parked for a very long time, preserved, needing a lot of work, but most importantly DOES NOT REQUIRE body work.

I deal with engines, paint, interiors, but I hate rust.
 
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