FORGOTTEN 1963 Buick LeSabre - Budget Interior Rehab & Zip Tie Headliner Fix (P4)

24-Noy, 2020
371 018 Ko‘rishlar soni

Part 4 of 5: In this video, I'll tackle cleaning up the interior, headliner, chrome, and stainless on this timeless classic car. I'll share my zip tie trick to sew up headliners as well! A rough but lovable 1963 Buick LeSabre is just beggin' a guy to get back on the road! You'll be surprised at how well this rig cleans up!
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  • here in southern ill a car like that would be shot up years ago from sportsman's emptying there guns on it

    Donny MooseDonny Moose4 soat oldin
  • You trying to wipe that mirror off was pretty funny

    Quiet ResourceQuiet Resource9 soat oldin
  • Keep up the great content. It must be a passion for you. It amazes me your able to get some of these old gems running, let alone risk driving them home.

    James HarrisJames Harris11 soat oldin
  • Check this product out xenit by stoner citrus cleaner I swear to u is will clean the dirt of a hobo and 3 cold snaks

    Rob FoggRob Fogg13 soat oldin
  • That cor matching the rag doea make sense place I work we use alot of rags for different shit we use the micro fixer different color method and different cans to toss um in

    Rob FoggRob Fogg13 soat oldin
  • So spin that DJ vice grip in the house

    Rob FoggRob Fogg13 soat oldin
  • Collectors auto supply sells a replacement in the correct color (unlike your zip ties). On a different tack - you could just pull the header trim down from the front, fold over some canvas, and replace the bow sleeve. Looks like your headliner is not torn, so it would be fairly simple with some shoe goo, or you could spend about the same amount of time you did with the zip ties and sew it back together.

    Jason BierschwaleJason Bierschwale13 soat oldin
  • Is anyone else concerned that he doesn't have that lift anchored to the shop floor at all? I'm a little bit worried for him.

    Jen BJen B14 soat oldin
  • Whats a LeSlawl? Sounds rare.....

    Arcade Collectors EuropeArcade Collectors Europe20 soat oldin
  • I honestly love the way he says some of these items. The fuel make it happener is my favorite so far.

    UNDDninjaUNDDninjaKun oldin
  • This Buick is such a gem

    mariel gmariel gKun oldin
  • I was smh thinkin "blower fan switch". The King of cobble uses a dimmer switch 3000...

    Dwart FarquartDwart FarquartKun oldin
  • I love your humor, you are most entertaining jp

    John PriceJohn PriceKun oldin
  • I know you did the headliner on a quicky, but dear god! Since it was original all you had to do was remove it and re-sew the seam back to the bow...

    Onry1Onry1Kun oldin
  • what happened to part 5 it don't show in suggestions

    jackfrostyflyjackfrostyfly2 kun oldin
  • Shoulda used a mask! That stuff looks worse than covid!

    Ronald LuckieRonald Luckie2 kun oldin
  • So how does one go about buying one of your diamonds in the rough?

    Gadsden ConsultingGadsden Consulting2 kun oldin
  • Buick looks pretty BA now... Wouldn't change a thing. Nice job and thanks for the MN humor sir!

    335xi Boost335xi Boost3 kun oldin
  • ""I can't see anything"" 😆😆🤔

    gary ba ba booeygary ba ba booey5 kun oldin
  • Maby a guy wants to bolt his lift to the ground

    Ru binRu bin9 kun oldin
  • You're a fine American sir! Thank you.

    Jason MichaelsJason Michaels9 kun oldin
  • Love that car guy, its a keeper, after all you already got your peepers locked on it.

    ShaggydudeShaggydude9 kun oldin
  • With the old paint, scratches and rust left on the surface and now with very shiny chrome is like an old wrinkled man wearing brand new shiny white teeth. Nice find and nice work. I remember those old cars very well. Drove a few of them here and there.

    Boyd MerrimanBoyd Merriman11 kun oldin
  • heat gun for the decals takes em off

    j ryderj ryder12 kun oldin
  • lite switch is heat man

    j ryderj ryder12 kun oldin
  • Runs into major problem -- "So I'm gonna do the right thing, and..", (insert hilarious and ingenious solution.)

    Jim ReifJim Reif13 kun oldin
  • it's a headliner not a headwrap

    Sean RemingtonSean Remington14 kun oldin
  • The shine (post steel wool) on that left front fender is about what my whole '65 Biscayne in high school looked like. Gotta find me another one of them someday. Six cylinders means two less sparkolators and lightning cables to buy every season.

    Alan MooreAlan Moore14 kun oldin
  • I laughed way too hard at the cleaning of the door cards lol.

    Jon WitJon Wit14 kun oldin
  • Is this car for sale

    Justoyz RacingJustoyz Racing15 kun oldin
  • Next time use spray adhesive for your headliners never failed me wrong on older bmws

    Tae MitchellTae Mitchell15 kun oldin
  • What a cool car

    c gc g16 kun oldin
  • 18:36-18:53 some of the best vice grip garage signature appeal known to this channel. Classic V-GG Love this!

    backwoodsfreakbackwoodsfreak16 kun oldin
  • how much for that 63 buick lesABRE

    george westermangeorge westerman16 kun oldin
  • i would love to have the old buick 3000 . I LOVE old cars like that . it makes me happy to see you take them and bring them back to life .thanks for looking out for the old schools.

    O'Neal BarnesO'Neal Barnes16 kun oldin
  • When are you going g to get a TV show? I'm ready!

    jamesriceifyjamesriceify17 kun oldin
  • My first car was a 1961 Buick LeSabre 4-door sedan, and this series made me really nostalgic for it.

    Eric EsterbyEric Esterby17 kun oldin
  • Amazing job Derrick, beautiful patina

    Branch SnapperBranch Snapper17 kun oldin
  • You should make some videos on bikes! I love your chanel but im a biker and its hard to find good videos about working on bikes

    Cummin In HotCummin In Hot18 kun oldin
  • How does a guy go about buying this car? I dont know.....

    NoMiss OutdoorsNoMiss Outdoors19 kun oldin
  • Betterish

    unBrutal TruthunBrutal Truth20 kun oldin
  • The car looks really good. I would leave it just the way it is. 😀

    Jonathan HagemanJonathan Hageman21 kun oldin
  • Cleaning the falling mirror killed me lol 🤣

    JacksonJackson22 kun oldin
  • ok buddy that was really nice! Sweeet!

    EternityEternity23 kun oldin
  • Omg the vinyl dj clip had me dead!

    Jaethen CarlJaethen Carl23 kun oldin
  • Safety Tip of the Day: Do NOT take a big whiff of that chrome polish! It’s a strong smell

    KandBDoormastersKandBDoormasters24 kun oldin
  • a guy maybe shoulda pondered for a skosch or two on painting those zip ties

    Jeff GriffithsJeff Griffiths24 kun oldin
  • If you still have this car and it still smells a bit get a automotive scent fogger the come in new car and something else

    krazykens tvkrazykens tv24 kun oldin
  • Swear everytime he bring up about food is right when the devils lettuce is hitting a gal and I could really go for a sandwich

    tay Hryciwtay Hryciw25 kun oldin
  • By the looks of your thumb nail Derek, ide say a guy has hit that thing with the ole Tonya harding 2084.2 times. Thanks for the great content.

    Tim ATim A25 kun oldin
  • When he cleaned the mirror I spilled my drink lol

  • The record scratching actually made me lol 1st time 2021.

    Paul masterPaul master26 kun oldin
  • smoke flim presvative

    Dale ThompsonDale Thompson26 kun oldin
  • My son and my dog are in a dead heat for my favorite earthling but, you are running a strong, strong race.

    Chris PiazzaChris Piazza26 kun oldin
  • ok 4 outta 5 done. Now where's part 5!!!

    Don MoriarityDon Moriarity27 kun oldin
  • "What's this strange lookin mould? Oh it's the paint!" 😂🤣😂🤣

    Mick CurryMick Curry28 kun oldin
  • The whole time I was watching this project the song "country Casanova " by comander Cody and the lost planet airmen has been running through my head. Check it out and you'll see what I mean

    Scott BeardsleyScott Beardsley28 kun oldin
  • She’s a beauty. Thanks for saving her

    Bad Gas VideoBad Gas Video29 kun oldin
  • I think you should evolve your beautiful wife more. Ya'll work together really well.

    Larry BracyLarry BracyOy oldin
  • Brother you have got to be the vise grip squirrel master, you make me laugh way to much. Thanks !

    Mike CookMike CookOy oldin
  • I love this car, whole time I’m over here like “ I want this car “ 👀

    Kg213_NotoriousKg213_NotoriousOy oldin
  • hoist has no bolts securing it to the floor

    My GarageMy GarageOy oldin
  • Bought a 57 chevy 100$ yrs ago painted stolen ins gave us 1000$ for it bought a pristine 60s catalina w money..

    Don DesnooDon DesnooOy oldin
  • Headliner hanging but not torn ..wall Mart fabric dept . round colored pins press in w glue.

    Don DesnooDon DesnooOy oldin
  • Did She smell like a wet Catcher's mit and smelly gym Socks?😂

    Mike MatthewsMike MatthewsOy oldin
  • Where are ya in Minnesota I used to live in Plymouth back when ...

    Michael WalkerMichael WalkerOy oldin
  • I use to have a 1963 LeSabre 4 door hard top back in the late 70's when I was a teenager. I loved that big land yacht. It was a bronze color. Oh, did you get to check out the speed buzzer on the speedometer? Great videos, thanks.

    Randy BarnesRandy BarnesOy oldin
  • My cat loves your videos! I have pics and videos of him watching. I enjoy them too!

    Kevin MorganKevin MorganOy oldin
  • Who says you can't buff a turd . I'd drive it .

    Mike TateMike TateOy oldin
  • Your channel is my #1. After watching your many videos one question is always in my mind.. what’s your favorite cold snack?

    12Furmino1212Furmino12Oy oldin
    • Black velvet & diet

      Vice Grip GarageVice Grip GarageOy oldin
  • That switch for the heater motor is so funny. I had a 1966 Cadillac Coupe Deville that the heater switch was bad in and I couldn't find one so I went as far as using a temperature controlled switch and put in mind so I could set it at 72 degrees and it would kick the fan on and kick the fan off LOL

    rcindustryrcindustryOy oldin
  • They definitely don't make cars like they used to. I would love to daily a classic. A guy my dad knows has offered to give us a 62 Bonneville 4 door hardtop. My dad says it's not terrible looking. Says it could make a driver. It's about 5 hours away from us. My dad says once he is retired next year he will go get it. I might try to talk him into making it a driver. We also got a 64 Catalina 2+2 hard top that we need to get back on. Told my dad we need to make it a driver till we can do the paint and body. We have a lot of projects. I have a 69 c30 camper that I plan to try to make run next summer. Watching you and junkyard digs has motivated me to try to get it running again.

    m1ll3r86m1ll3r86Oy oldin
  • good day i am just wondering how much for the 1963 lesabre

    niceboyeddieniceboyeddieOy oldin
  • 9:51 you've gotta be fucking kidding me.

    The BurbankThe BurbankOy oldin
  • If you would have flipped that house switch when you needed it the car would have caught fire, because you didn't it was the heater.

    scott evangelistascott evangelistaOy oldin
  • Hi, really enjoying the show from the UK through my interweb watcher box. Loving the Le Slabre and humour is brilliant. Subscribed.

    Hooked on ClassicsHooked on ClassicsOy oldin
  • Lmao!!!! VICE-CUBE!

    mark downsmark downsOy oldin
  • I always loved that dash design, I had my uncles 63 hardtop with no window frames and the felt seals in the A/C ball vents were loose just like yours, small felt gasket held them in until the felt got old then it came out of its groove and that metal ball was all over the place. but I agree with you, I love the styling on that dash quite a bit - always loved the way it was slanted back under the top of the dash pad. Mine still had the original factory buick tissue dispenser hanging under the passenger side. Even in the 70's the A/C still blew ice cold air, I was the only kid in high school with killer A/C. I also remember my Sonomatic radio would come on and play until it warmed up then it faded out lol

    yambo59yambo59Oy oldin
  • Cannt Mechanic without Waylon

    Roger SternRoger SternOy oldin
  • I spray "endust" cleaner on my dash, then a paintbrush to spread it around. =============================================================

    John LastJohn LastOy oldin
  • Regular old shaving cream does just a good job as that leather cleaner. Been using it for years.

    Benjamen McGuireBenjamen McGuireOy oldin
  • 😂😂 the 110v switch was the heater switch the whole time

    Mattbirch93Mattbirch93Oy oldin
  • I noticed your a LEO?

    maddie2359maddie2359Oy oldin
  • This car should be repainted and have the interior redone. I wouldn't want the car to stay the way it is.

    jaxflfreebirdjaxflfreebirdOy oldin
  • loved the scratchin...

    paul kerseypaul kerseyOy oldin
  • Probably needs a resistor or a switch

    MrJeep75MrJeep75Oy oldin
  • "They draw me in". Yeah, that would be the massive gravity well that boat puts out. Damn, I miss my old Dodge Monaco.

    Jim HenlineJim HenlineOy oldin
  • Figured that’s what the switch was for, but like you, I’d been too nervous to flip it while away from home

    graybeardproductionsgraybeardproductionsOy oldin
  • "It looks factory." This man has NO shame.......and he's absolutely priceless !!! Hey.....those aren't "portholes". They're "ventiports" !!! A real Buick guy would know that.....right??

    rixretrosrixretrosOy oldin
  • You did a really nice job on the Buck La Slobber, thanks for the show, I enjoyed it.

    ROBERT snyderROBERT snyderOy oldin
  • Your channel is enjoyed by all of our family!

    Colleen RaleyColleen RaleyOy oldin
  • Great quick fix on the headliner. Learned quite a few quick fixes from Derek. My prime time discovery channel! Well done..

    Gary AllecciaGary AllecciaOy oldin
  • Every old car had 4 ash trays. 2 in front for the adults, and 2 in back for the kids. 😁

    The Mob SeatThe Mob SeatOy oldin
  • Hole punch and zip ties. Yep that’s the reason I failed sewing in the old home ec class.

    Andrew RobsonAndrew RobsonOy oldin
  • Somebody probably tried shampooing the rug and added vinigar to the solution to help with the musty smell! LOL!

    brad richaudbrad richaudOy oldin
  • that car is looking good i would like to have it

    doug .pattersondoug .pattersonOy oldin
  • Anybody else get 642,483 ads? Moses!

    TheEverettSchulterTheEverettSchulterOy oldin
  • UP market Blues Brothers (with A/C fixed)

    fizzy49ccfizzy49ccOy oldin
  • Great show and Great music!! Had a 63 Olds Starfire conv myself when I was 18...loved it! IT DID GREAT REVERSE BURNOUTS!!!! LOL!!

    Ralph D57Ralph D57Oy oldin
  • Beautiful great job love it gutted

    Robert LathamRobert LathamOy oldin