Rebuilding A Flooded $2,000,000 McLaren P1 | Part 8

Rebuilding A Flooded $2,000,000 McLaren P1 | Part 8

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24 Responses

  1. Tavarish says:

    Use my link to get up to 37% off!►
    Thanks to Displate for sponsoring this video!

    • Terry Pickette says:

      – 👍 👍 🔧 Nice Job qoᒋ ǝɔᴉN Nice Job 👀❤🤍💙

    • Radical Filmz says:

      How do you afford to keep all these cars registered?

    • Radical Filmz says:

      It would’ve been sick if you got forged carbon

    • Radical Filmz says:

      What happened to the DDE Lamborghini that you bought?

    • Luminatrix FanFiction says:

      Looking at the weak rods, bearings and crankshaft, didn’t your McLaren 675LT engine blow up because it was a little too powerful for weak rods to handle? I don’t know if this was done by intentional design to create an eventual engine failure on the P1, but this sure looks like it. I mean, most billionaires can just buy another P1 no problem but I’m starting to see a pattern here. A lot of components were outsourced such as EMP Intercooler pump or a Mercedes emblem on a Bosch Maps, and signs of wear and tear that looks like the car did more than 300 miles, and an engine with weak rods that would have eventually failed. Is a factory P1 really worth 2 million? Thanks for the upload, I’m enjoying your rebuild series.

  2. M Z says:

    As someone who does carbon fiber projects as a hobby; the frame doctor is a magician.

  3. newmicro says:

    I’m not really a car guy, but I am an engineer, and I have to say I’ve enjoyed this series and all the others, largely due to the energy and enthusiasm Tavarish puts into these videos. There’s something about taking something in poor shape and bringing it back to life.

  4. Alexander Cruz says:

    Can we just talk about the enourmous BALLS that Joey, The Frame Doctor has?
    a normal person would be shitting their pants when cutting into the carbon of a million dollar car yet he does it with such finnese… such confidence… you’d think all he does for a living in cut into p1’s. We should all aspire to have the bravery of Joey

  5. Sam says:

    The amount of unsung skilled workers you are highlighting in this project is amazing. Wholesome content

  6. hr11shs says:

    It’s always a good day when Freddie posts. What a great journey this has been. From the first Aston Martin vantage to this, it has been amazing

  7. Daniel Queiroz says:

    O Frame Doctor merece todo respeito do mundo. O cara se garante demais!

  8. Exotic Car Gear Inc says:

    We can’t wait to see the pieces come together.. Especially the rear clamshell! Had a blast working with you guys 🏁

    • Lundun Barker says:

      Been looking at buying parts from you guys for months! Never knew if you were truly legit until watching the last episode. I’ll be in touch soon!

    • UKbeats says:

      Hey bro you got some good stock of amazing parts thanks for being part of the project and helping tavarish 👍🏻

    • Nav says:

      Guys you have absolutely knocked this out of the park. I’m in disbelief of how flawless that carbon is, and accurate to seemingly drop onto the top of the car. Incredible work!!

  9. Mihir Joshi says:

    This series is so awesome but even cooler is it seems the guys are having a lot of fun while doing it.

  10. PolkLC says:

    You and Matt are currently the best on YouTube! I love seeing the P1 come together. That carbon fiber body kit is so beautiful!

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