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Watch Time-Lapse Video of an Engine Being Stripped

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The first thought that comes to us watching this is: “This guy had a lot of time on his hands!” But what came out of it was actually something fascinating, a two minute video of him fully stripping an engine he purchased from eBay in order to replace his old one. It’s a collection of snaps that represent the process.

Along with time and as proven by the title, this guy had a heck of a lot of coffee to aid him in the project. We’d imagine you need a ton when facing 11 months of work, cutting, snapping, and storyboarding 3,000 photographs of an engine. Uploading fifty from a vacation is enough of a pain.

Backed by ‘In The Hall of The Mountain King’ from Edvard Grieg’s ‘Peer Gynt Suite’, the video is a totally innovative idea and shows beyond doubt to be an entertaining view. We watch as the engine is completely stripped, rebuilt and ultimately placed into his car, which now drives┬áseemingly perfectly.

Let’s just hope those parts at the end don’t go to anything crucial.

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