All The Mistakes I Made With My Project Car

18. Sij 2021.
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Buying a project car can be an exciting moment in any car nerd’s life, but it can also be super easy to find yourself in over your head. Today I’ll show you my current project car, help you learn from my mistakes, and tell you plan to get going again.
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  • Hey everyone, thanks for all the encouragement in the comments. Clearly there are a lot of things I should have done differently, but from what I've read from some of you, that's just part of the hobby. I'm fire d'up to get going on the Imperial again this year. Just yesterday I was at James' installing some new brake hard-lines to match the fresh brake components, and it just felt good to be wrenching again- even if I was on my back in the dirt with decades-old grease and grime falling in my eyes. Thanks for watching. - Nolan

    Donut MediaDonut MediaPrije mjesec
    • you need to find a guy who is into these older cars. like the youtuber running vice grip garage. he is a special character on screen but know his way around these old machines and their issues. he drives around the country buying and repairing old cars that have been sitting for decades. often fix them on the spot so he can drive it home.

      lars kristensenlars kristensenPrije 6 dana
    • LIke you said, these things can take YEARS of constant work or off and On work. Plus money. Also since your a 'black-thumb[fuk yeah mad max reference!]' it's easy to assume that "even if I was on my back in the dirt with decades-old grease and grime falling in my eyes." you'll get a face shield now that their SUPER plentiful in stock this year [lol covid, sorry covid really sucks] but the memories will fade abit and the patina of "awesome build memories" will form on that vehicle. Much like leaving the military I'm told. You leave with ALL the bad memories fresh, but years later you consider re-upping because you remember the good times. The camaraderie, easy answers because of rigid rules etc. Then someone reminds you of burning tubs of human waste in the desert with diesel fuel for several hours every other week and you IMMEDIATELY give up those bad\good thoughts! Suffice to say, your Imperial, and Dart projects will be Alot better memory wise! I'm not saying good luck with your projects because, Hey. You don't need it! Have fun.

      DragonSwordDragonSwordPrije 15 dana
    • U boyz r class

      Pissed up GamerPissed up GamerPrije mjesec
    • Luck with it Nolan, it will be a lot of work, but we know you can do it.

      Charlie MilesCharlie MilesPrije mjesec
    • Nolan; getting an old engine running is basic if it's not locked up or internally damaged. Pressure check your cooling system, do an oil pressure check with the plugs out, and a compression test thereafter. Once those have been sorted, On your Polytech V8; I seem to remember you set the point gap for .0006; ignition timing at 12 degrees BTDC and unless you have a factory carb, you'd do well to go for a Holley 600 CFM if your intake is 4-barrel. Use a GM P7127SE 1-wire to convert your car to 12 volts so you run a normal battery and stuff. As it's Automatic, you'll be setting idle at 1100 RPM +/- 75RPM. If you do an automatic choke; set the spring where it just barely has the strength to close the choke flap at room temperature. If you need to anything else, consult ALLPAR dot com; there should still be articles on the Polytech Hemi. Have fun; good luck!

      ThePatUltraThePatUltraPrije mjesec
  • I got an AE86 GTS coupe that hasn't ran in 17 years at the time of purchase. I had no car experience whatsoever aside from basic car maintenance like oil and brake change I really felt like I was way over my head with this car and still dealing with so many issues to include rod knock. After two years I finally got her to run and it was the BEST FEELING EVAR Anybody who is feeling discouraged from their project just remember to take it one step at a time. Do everything that YOU can do, save money for professional service when something is truly out of your realm of skill level. Remember that it's a project car. Have fun with it

    BroseidonBroseidonPrije dan
  • Everything said in this video is DEAD ON ACCURATE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Sergio PerezSergio PerezPrije 3 dana
  • alright, ill take it from you Nolan

    Colin ChungColin ChungPrije 3 dana
  • Are you only 30 or something?

    Clay3613Clay3613Prije 3 dana
  • The labored talk preferentially injure because client secondly decay like a low cabbage. irritating, halting vibraphone

    E PE PPrije 3 dana
  • I’m 17 and me and my dad bought a project car, I was so worried that it would happen to me too but along the way I realized that the solution is to just never give up and most important, find friends who have the experience and would like to help

    רועי קניוןרועי קניוןPrije 4 dana
  • Where’s the Slant six video?!?!?

    capncapnPrije 4 dana
  • 6 ads ?!

    Horacio GonzalezHoracio GonzalezPrije 4 dana
  • I have an mgb that I’m determined to get it done by Summer

    Wanna be RetroWanna be RetroPrije 4 dana
  • James gives it to pimp my ride.....

    DatBoi correaDatBoi correaPrije 5 dana
  • Fix the Dodge Dart

    Zach PelZach PelPrije 5 dana
  • theres a 1953 Buick super i found for $500 it has engine, body trim, easy to fix rust (door and rocker), but no upholstry, the engine is also not a popular one so theres no performance parts for it and theres no luck finding easy upholstery, also if i decide i need more power i don't want to take up my dads time having him help me do a engine swap again like he did in my truck because he's the one with all the tools, the knowledge, and the garage and his own project car that hes been waiting to build since he sold his truck and duster before i was born and he deserves his share of fun so if i do buy it, it will be getting the side yard treatment like that 350 Chevy block sitting in my backyard under a garbage bag, wheelbarrow, and 2 ft of snow

    ANYTHING 23ANYTHING 23Prije 6 dana
  • Very much been there. Luckily I had a friend that taught me. My current car is a rolling project. Bought a good base car I knew I wanted to rag around trackdays as often I can afford so left the engine alone. Reliability trumps power for that purpose. Nolan's advice is sound. Know what you want from your project

    Remko KentropRemko KentropPrije 6 dana
  • I wanna get salvage 350z and fix it up

    brandon hodgebrandon hodgePrije 6 dana
  • Well, you have the space, lockdown brings the time and you have people around that know what they are doing. I cant see any way this should not be a new moneypit series. The miata is cool and all but I want to see an old car done where tha aftermarket isnt mega large.

    AlexAlexPrije 6 dana
  • awesome video... maybe I won't LS swap and supercharge my 2008 honda accord daily driver... on my own... while in college... and working part time... with absolutely no experience

    JLOLJLOLPrije 7 dana
  • That's why you have a spare carb that you know works...switch it out, if it runs then it's the carb. If not check the next thing on the list.

    Sean BaileySean BaileyPrije 7 dana

    Dave PDave PPrije 8 dana
  • Lazy ass

    Nuff SaidNuff SaidPrije 9 dana
  • I don't have better words than yours to explain what starting and successfully finish a project car is, anyway, that doesn't stopped me starting two project car. At last I had to admit my semi failure a I had to ask for help to friends with more knowledge.

    D. En G. AvD. En G. AvPrije 9 dana
  • KEKW

    anybajsforsen1anybajsforsen1Prije 9 dana
  • You won't love it when you fuel up that 70 year old v8.

    FortuitusVideoFortuitusVideoPrije 9 dana
  • Damn I want to see dat Dart brought back on the road by you !!!!! 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

    Pascal MössingerPascal MössingerPrije 10 dana
  • Great video.. getter done

    v65sabrekingv65sabrekingPrije 10 dana
  • You should start to restore your dodge dart

    deepti sharmadeepti sharmaPrije 10 dana
  • Still better than my truck

    Christopher RhoadsChristopher RhoadsPrije 10 dana
  • You need some Vice Grip Garage in your life?

    Mike AuxMike AuxPrije 10 dana
  • I'm not knocking your experience video problems Etc? But after 50 plus years of doing this old cars are my forte also it's a point ignition standard fuel system take the engine out take the engine apart clean all the guck out of it and you can get it running again if someone expects to put fresh gas in it and get the engine running that doesn't fly a project car is strictly that you tear it apart I wish I had that car because I love old cars if you paid too much for it maybe $500 too much or whatever? It's still a point, carburetor engine so shouldn't be a problem unless you expect to pay $2,000 for engine parts where in my case it's all labor and basics good luck

    Brant ArdreyBrant ArdreyPrije 10 dana
  • That’s too funny! I bought a 65 Dodge Dart senior year of high school. 5 years later she is still my daily driver. Best advice for buying a project car is to find a car that will at least idle. It doesn’t have to run perfectly but at least when an engine is running you can diagnose problems easier. Plus if it runs... you know that you have compression, spark and fuel right off the bat. Makes life easier

    Moe FitzgeraldMoe FitzgeraldPrije 10 dana
  • Thank You for this video! It is a bit eye-opening, but also uplifting. Would like to watch You fix that Imperial.

    StormDwellerStormDwellerPrije 10 dana
  • "Very little rust”

    EFL GamerzEFL GamerzPrije 10 dana
  • I want to get a project car, but i also dont want to because im too scared to go bankrupt straight away

    Spectacular SpaghettiSpectacular SpaghettiPrije 10 dana
  • "In the meantime, my grandpa gave me his old Taurus"

    Trent BurbishTrent BurbishPrije 10 dana
  • Dude I’m 16 still reading the drivers handbook lol. and I like cars and love the channel and I seen many of your guys vids. You saved me hundreds if dollars in the future because I just think “lemme buy a car and put some cool mods in it and repair it” but never thought of all of these valuable things to put into concern

    yael lopezyael lopezPrije 10 dana
  • Nolan is a dodge guy? Hmm

    Alec RinkoAlec RinkoPrije 11 dana
  • You have to many commercials. Bye

    Stephen CovertStephen CovertPrije 11 dana
  • Junkyard Digs is the OG. Their videos are long, but they show pretty much everything that goes into these broken ass cars. Give em a holler if you haven’t y’all.

    Jan ValleJan VallePrije 11 dana
  • Shit his 3v is a project car that shit is bone stock 🤢🤮

    WLTS MASSWLTS MASSPrije 11 dana
  • Who you trying to fool by now Nolan? Acting like you didnt knew you had to weld the sh.. out of that car at the beginnig while you sourrended by every specialist about cars...

    Car HawaraCar HawaraPrije 11 dana
  • 4:30

    richrichPrije 11 dana
  • you gonna ls swap that thing

    Mick BakemaMick BakemaPrije 11 dana
  • "If you want a project car, you probably can't afford it. Rich people don't have project cars." Sam Hyde

    Jonny 5iveJonny 5ivePrije 11 dana
  • This was a super awesome video, and is super encouraging

    Elysian FlowersElysian FlowersPrije 11 dana
  • B.Y.M.M. = Backyard mechanics matter lol

    Jeff RichardsJeff RichardsPrije 12 dana
  • you are rich. not a big problem for you. stop complaining. you didnt lose anything

    Rafa StunterRafa StunterPrije 12 dana
  • Thanks for keeping it real and emphasizing the work it takes to build your ability. Videos always make it look easy, doing the work isn't.

    Chris KlesmithChris KlesmithPrije 13 dana
  • Thumbs up for the Meshuggah t-shirt!

    deathmare88deathmare88Prije 13 dana
  • Using this to convince my dad to let me buy a 54’ Hudson Hornet

    Owen StormOwen StormPrije 14 dana
  • Wait wait wait, Nolan clearly said "when up to speed was on" so does that mean they have officially cancelled it? 😭

    mchawk315mchawk315Prije 14 dana
  • You can do it nolan!!! Get those two cars running! Just a bucket of youtube generalized tutorials and your on your way.

    10gaugesbelow10gaugesbelowPrije 14 dana
  • It’s pretty, I would have brought it too

    Sunfishen SunfishenSunfishen SunfishenPrije 14 dana
  • Your dad is super cool! Have you rebuilt/ had rebuilt/ replaced the carb yet? If you have never done one before see if you can find one like yours and try rebuilding it. There is no shame in admitting "this is beyond my pay grade" and trying to find someone local or opening up the latest Holley or Edelbrock catalog. Funny project car story, having learned my lesson from a Mercedes 300 SEL / Ford 300 Straight6 swap that I planned out when I was 16 that never happened (never count on help from a relative if that relative is an alcoholic) I vowed to only buy projects that would start and run. Many many years later I found a Galaxie 500 at a Yard sale for $500. It was a 2 door fast back and I knew it was as close to Richard Petty's Torino as my crippled checkbook would every take me. I handed over the cash, put in a battery and a couple gallons of gas and drove it home. I would start it every now and then, she always fired up no problem. My health kept getting worse and and at some point I had to take the dream of my Petty Blue Ford in to the back yard and shoot it. Not the first or last dream I have had to go "Ol' Yeller" on but it sucks every time. I finally found someone who was interested in her. By then the drum brakes had locked up and she would not start for anything. He got her loaded up and to his place. According to him the carb was full of asphalt like sludge and had to be replaced. HE also had to put some fancy electronic ignition on it to make it run. This is a car I drove home (about 12 miles) and that would start first crank no problem for years. This just goes to show even "simple" carb and point set ups can go bad just setting. Really bad. I have reason to believe the guy had worked on a lot more cars than I had, he had a lot more money to play with. SO I think he knew what he was doing. Best of luck with the Imperial and don't forget about that Dart. I hope your dad is still around and healthy. If so I hope you get to take him for a ride in both the Impearl and the Dart.

    1978garfield1978garfieldPrije 14 dana
  • NO just don't hotrod soul to made that car got the car for 3,000K USA too that srucb

    Khristian GillespieKhristian GillespiePrije 14 dana
  • the intro song reminds me of the "No Strings Attached" video McLaren made.

    Michael SapuletteMichael SapulettePrije 14 dana
  • Take it to Scotty Kilmer!

    Robert GarciaRobert GarciaPrije 14 dana
  • So you show us this car and dont plan on doing video progress wtf , this would be the first realistic project on your channel take it over to your buddy and make a money show with that

  • No offence to everyone else in the donut crew, but Nolan is my favourite

    Noah HallNoah HallPrije 15 dana
  • This should be the new money pit car.... just saying

    Mouthy MercMouthy MercPrije 15 dana
  • Don’t buy a mustang with bent valves. Frgn 3 valves.

    Onyx GTOnyx GTPrije 15 dana
  • Great video. If I only could listen with my ears instead of my heart. Damn you Mazda 929 1978 Luce I hate the idea that you dont let me go...great and down to earth video...I hate it...and love it. Keep up man...youll succeed eventually.

    Sebastián PérezSebastián PérezPrije 15 dana
  • "What if you found a super rare car for cheap that only had a few issues?" What if you divided by zero? What if you invented time travel"? What if you traveled faster than the speed of light? What if Pumphrey's dad loved him? All of these questions have one thing in common: they're impossible and will never happen.

    Robert MylesRobert MylesPrije 15 dana
  • Your first mistake was not counting the number of doors in the car, because it obviously has way too many for it ever to be cool.

    R1sk3zR1sk3zPrije 16 dana
  • Great video, I like videos that show what’s to be expected.Eye see that the donut merchandise got a little illuminated.(*meant “I” not “Eye”,I guess made the mistake because I’m not all seeing.😇)

    Cristian FelicianoCristian FelicianoPrije 16 dana
  • Learn and make friends you’re a car HRworldr I’m sure you have friends that know how to do it so help them with what you know and they’ll help you (hopefully)

    Ozzy S13Ozzy S13Prije 16 dana
  • Quit being lazy yo

    Rattle-Can-RestoRattle-Can-RestoPrije 16 dana
  • It's okay. My friend *TOOK OUT A LOAN* and bought a 95 Eldorado that didn't run, and swapped a motor in it, and still didn't run. Both the car and the memory of the project are deeply repressed now.

    Michael GarciaMichael GarciaPrije 16 dana
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    Laura BrownLaura BrownPrije 16 dana
  • Bro don’t worry! Me and my dad got a 63 impala that is in ROUGH shape but no rust! I understand where you come from bro and don’t get discouraged cause when it’s done it will be sweet and worth it!

    Vietnamese Plays robloxVietnamese Plays robloxPrije 17 dana
  • This car needs a money pit

    Surms41Surms41Prije 17 dana
  • I bought my 96 cherokee for 1000 with out realizing how rusty it really was later I found out that the entire floor except for the trans tunnel needed replaced but I didn't have the money for the legit replacement panels so I used home depot sheet steel and rivets to at least give me some floors i don't regret the purchase since it was my first car I've had it for 2 years now i bought it with 212000 miles now it has 230000 miles that old 4.0s still kicking strong but the rust has gotten to severe for my experience if its even saveable period but ill never not want to have a cherokee parked in my yard because of it

    Cameron KellyCameron KellyPrije 18 dana
  • Have roadkill help you there cool as shit lol

    RcCatFish 666RcCatFish 666Prije 18 dana
  • It's an easy place to start. Ask yourself this can you turn it over freely? If so check the oil make sure there's oil in it. Then try to turn key, nothing happens, jump the starter. Starter works? If so, pull a plug wire check for spark. Got spark? Ad starting fluid in cylinder directly. It's not that hard to diagnose these old cars.

    HereFishyFishyHereFishyFishyPrije 18 dana
  • Wait he said “back when up to speed was on” dose that mean no more up to speeds?😢😢

    Jake StewartJake StewartPrije 18 dana
  • I bought my first solo project car 2 months ago 1950 dodge coronet. Cant wait to have it out there

    Victor GonzalezVictor GonzalezPrije 18 dana
  • Maybe not the best, but the realest

    Giacomo BettiniGiacomo BettiniPrije 18 dana
  • You know what you should do You should pull the motor and unload the the wrapper then put the motor into the dart

    Patrick CarrilloPatrick CarrilloPrije 18 dana
  • Dude I feel your pain. I bought a 67 Impala last year and quickly realized that parts are not as plentiful as Chevelle or Mustang parts. At least it has the original 327 though. Also never buy a car without a title unless you have a lot of time and aspirin on your hands.

    Average Black DaddyAverage Black DaddyPrije 18 dana
    • @1978garfield yeah you can kinda get away with it in Louisiana.

      Average Black DaddyAverage Black DaddyPrije 13 dana
    • Don't do it at all in IL unless you never want to legally drive that car.

      1978garfield1978garfieldPrije 14 dana
  • I still don't understand why your car isn't going? Did I miss something?

  • I think you didn’t watch enough Chris fix Nolan

    Anthony Tah MayAnthony Tah MayPrije 19 dana
  • 1st of all, great score on that Imp man you got a heck of a good one for sure. Only thing I could add is "don't get caught up on the Budget Build crap". Every build is a "budget build" but they NEVER tell you what that budget is. Resto-Mods, Rat Rods, LS Swaps are all ways to go, but it ALL costs money and it's usually 2-10X more money than you where expecting. When people ask me what they should do to their car it's simple. Drive it. Manual Drum breaks are FINE, they used them for YEARS, you won't DIE the second you hit the freeway because your car has 1950's Tech going on. Fix what it takes to get it on the road THE WAY IT IS, and upgrade from there. Back in the 70's and 80's we didn't have Rat Rods. Those where guys who where Driving Their Projects and having fun with them as they went along. Good Luck on the both these man. You have some real gems there.

    Bare RoseBare RosePrije 19 dana
  • So you’re telling me I cannot revive and rebuild my dream wrecked Toyota Supra body with a 1000hp 2jz engine with my minimum wage job on my parents driveway with HRworld video help!!!😳😤

    AS_EV4D3R_ 1AS_EV4D3R_ 1Prije 19 dana
  • i’m literally in the exact same position except i’m 16, and it’s my first car so i feel screwed

    Noppera bōNoppera bōPrije 19 dana
  • Nolan, I'm right there with you man. Back in April of 2020, I bought myself a project luxury car too. A 1976 Cadillac Coupe Deville D'elegance. The car was technically running when I bought it, but not very well. So, I began doing the standard things one does when they get an old car. Change the oil, replace the sparkplugs and wires, battery, alternator, etc. I ended up wanting to do more with the car though, such as replace the carb and intake for more power, and run a better exhaust system. It all started to become an issue of money, and as a result, the car has been parked up for some time now. I am committed to the project though and do hope to have it done or at least to my satisfaction by the end of this year. I wish you the best of luck with your projects.

    Adam MeehanAdam MeehanPrije 20 dana
  • Lol as soon as it cut to "we bought a 440 big block" I yelled WHYYYYY

    Johnny Rico, Male EscortJohnny Rico, Male EscortPrije 20 dana
  • When you have 18 project cars and then see this video

    Pinkamena Diane PiePinkamena Diane PiePrije 20 dana
  • So true, having that same experience with my 76´ 280Z, now it´s finally starting to look like something, but I spent the first two years wondering what I got myself into. My advice, buy something that runs, so you can at least drive it while you are working on it

    elosadaelosadaPrije 20 dana
  • Loosing interest in projects is a big problem when you don’t see progress you loose interest and slow down. Sometimes you have to force yourself to work just like getting out of bed in the morning when you don’t want to

    Np PNp PPrije 20 dana
  • When’s the part 2 coming, we NEED it.

    Daniel LlanosDaniel LlanosPrije 20 dana
  • Where you fucked up was buying a other project car if you have one project finish it before you start another that way shit gets done

    Paganbloodlet985 OdinPaganbloodlet985 OdinPrije 20 dana
  • It’s called a classic car. It takes work

    JOHN GAGEJOHN GAGEPrije 21 dan
  • Drop a Cummings turbo diesel in it, that would be sweet.

    Cody BraleyCody BraleyPrije 21 dan
  • I may have gotten in over my head haha. I bought a ‘93 del sol, i drove it for a few months then the engine and trans were going. My buddy has a good amount of knowledge. We decided to drop a gm 3800 series 3 and the trans from an ‘04 Grand Prix

    ★Mικε☆★Mικε☆Prije 21 dan
  • Hay I will work on your old cars like your Crisler. And your dodge if you fly me out to you I will do the work for the cost of the flight and my accommodation. As I'm a mechanic who has specialised in old school cars

    stampy Dragonstampy DragonPrije 21 dan
  • Old cars can be depressingly expensive. What have you taken off engine? What diagnosis did you try? Did you even take carbs off and spent a few quid reconditioning them? Man this is vague. Has it turned over? Did it spark? There is a list you can go down...staring at an engine attached to a flat battery ain't gonna do shit. Once the simple stuff doesn't work it has to go to a shop and your budget has to cope. You have to have a friendly garage who'll not be charging you top money to even consider buying a not running car. The thought of that old auto gearbox mskes me shudder too.. Playin with brakes is just that, playing. Good playing when its not freezing cold tho. Btw, sourcing the mechanic handbook for your car is 100 times better thsn any you tube video. I'd even say it should be mandatory!

    HamOnRye ChinaskiHamOnRye ChinaskiPrije 21 dan
  • I just watched my '94 Celica leave on a flatbed today after finally giving in, and having to get something more reliable. I bought it cheap, and wanted to get it fixed up and keep it for as long as I could. Over the 4 months Ive had it, its true ugliness started to reveal itself. Truth is, the previous owner did not take proper care of it, and I didnt have the time and money to keep getting new parts to replace the ones that have failed. The nail in the coffin came when I couldnt fix a massive oil leak that put it in limp mode. It sat beached on my driveway for a week until I put money down on a 2018 corolla with 18k on it...its not my dream car,but itll keep me from having to borrow my moms van to get to work.. cause nobody wants that 🙃 Point is- its real easy to get in over your head when you finally have something you like. its easy to forget that theres some things that you just cant do on your own without having the knowledge to properly take care of it. A 94 celica isnt the rarest car in the world,but it certainly was difficult to find oem parts for it, especially obscure trim pieces. I am sad that she had to leave, but truth was: 1-it was an automatic, 2- it was the base 1.8L ST, and 3-it was approaching the 200k mark, which is typically engine rebuild territory, and something Ive never done. so in the end, Its probably better this way....but once that corolla is paid off, Im going for a GT4.

    YeetSlayer96YeetSlayer96Prije 22 dana
  • You really need to bring back the highschool project

    Joseph ClimbsJoseph ClimbsPrije 22 dana
  • I think one point that struck me the most was whether or not your next project car suits your driving needs/wants. One of my dream cars was a Chevy Corvair. I thought they were super cool ever since I was really little and saw one flipping end over end in a grainy film (don't ask why). Well, I finally scored one, got it running, started driving it, and then immediately sold it. I couldn't get past the fact that it was a tiny econo-box. It was fun to drive around corners, but sitting in humid Florida heat in traffic every day broiling with zero AC and black vinyl was the final straw. It was absolutely no fun after that. I still love that car in how it looked and handled, but will never own one again because there were too many short comings elsewhere. Now I own a '65 TBird (with AC!) and am totally happy driving it any time anywhere! Not my first choice in looks, but checks all my other boxes!

    David BergerDavid BergerPrije 22 dana
  • I’ve got a 1950 chev , loved this video

    First Gen GarageFirst Gen GaragePrije 22 dana
  • It took me 4 years to complete my project bike. It takes a lot of time if you do things on your own and if you are modifying stuff it adds extra time

    Madara UchihaMadara UchihaPrije 23 dana