Hoovie, Tavarish, and VinWiki are great car channelsCurious to know who all here has channels they subscribe to or watch often? I mainly stick to car channels like Doug Demuro, Tavarish, Hoovies Garage and a couple others, but I'm also into music so I've started watching Rick Beato's channel as well. What do you watch???
I don't subscribe to him, but he's a character. The one of him commenting on Steve Gadd's drum solo in "Aja" was funny. Here are some of my favorites:I've started watching Rick Beato's channel as well.
I discovered kitboga the other night, it's awesome seeing him scam the scammers. I too am a crack addict with your Houston chiropractor Dr. Gregory Johnson!I don't subscribe to him, but he's a character. The one of him commenting on Steve Gadd's drum solo in "Aja" was funny. Here are some of my favorites:
Haircut Harry - haircuts around the world, filmed by "Mystery Woman"
kitboga - IMO, the unchallenged king of scamming the phone scammers.
irlRosie - anti-scammer and incredible voice talent. Does a great Siri
James Veitch - scamming the email scammers with a hysterical skewed British sensibility
Advanced Chiropractic Relief - feel that ring-dinger all the way down? Crack addicts gonna love you. Yes, ma'am!
Rob Brown - drumming tips
Mike Johnston - drumming tips
Foresty Forest - outdoors self-sufficient enthusiast who lives out of his minivan camper, complete with solar panels, battery storage, and a functioning kitchen. His attempt to drive to the Arctic circle was breathtaking.
You're the guy who built the Ect-Ohio?"Channels". Whoever posts videos, aka is a content creator, has their own "channel". For instance, I have my own channel with a measly 178 subscribers (some people have multiple million subscribers) www.youtube.com/theautocollection where I make videos about my 22 car car collection, hence why I follow car channels. Here's a video I made featuring my Ghostbusters car replica.