This has nothing to do with sports, but since I own the place, I can brazenly flout the rules and promote whatever the hell I want. I've been interested in restoring old items for years. I can watch a TV show or go on YouTube and watch videos for hours of people taking something beat to hell and making it look brand new. Some of you got some taste of this in my thread of my Corvette restoration, in which I spend literally thousands of hours in a hot garage cleaning, buffing, and painting damn near every part on that car. As a result I have a car that is worth about half of what I have into it, but the education was priceless. To me, chronicling a restoration with video is valuable, because long after you've moved on to other projects you can revisit the tape and enjoy it all over again. You can get that satisfaction of seeing the hideous become the beautiful. So I figured that since I was going to be taping these project anyway, why not have a YouTube channel? You never know where it could lead. So, as usual I'm asking for the support of the membership. I've picked up a few old rusty items at a flea market lately and have several projects going on at once. I just completed my first video to my brand new channel, and have embedded it below. If you have some time, take a look. And if you like it, like it. And if you want to make a comment, make a comment. And if you want to subscribe, that would also really help me out. Thanks everyone! Discuss.