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  1. Amazing Thailand … The Scrap Version.
    I have heard of this company, bc of their Terminator.

    But you are the first to have a decent vlog report about this craftmanship.

    Thank you!

  2. I lived for 8 years in Thailand.. saw the transformers like 3-5mtr tall at most PTT gas stations.. also you got superheros all around, but those are more in fiberglass.. in Ko Samui and mainland Surat Thani.. everywhere actually.. there are elephant themes to and there’s a 10mtr Kangaroo and a a Kangaroo hotel behind a gasstation.. it’s really impressive.. you made a nice vlog about it

  3. I had the seen these transformers in your vlogs and other vlogs, and I’d always wondered if there were one offs, or if they came from one manufacturer. Question answered!

  4. Dam there are some serious artists out there they should come to America ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ so they can get paid what they deserve. On a lighter note how dare you miss 5th gear lol

  5. 5:02 bruh it’s a Bugatti Chiron, Not a Veyron, Veyron’s are more round, and Chiron is the latest one,smh ๐Ÿ˜‘๐Ÿ˜‘๐Ÿ˜‘๐Ÿ˜‘๐Ÿ˜‘

  6. Excellent video, cool place.. what’s interesting is, if you didn’t know, that metal works museum existed for years, then sadly, internationally they don’t know it exists , a lot of those pieces would be big hits in Los Angeles,Texas, Miami or New York
    You might be able to broker some of that artwork

  7. I Really like this episode.
    Will be nice if you have a Google maps link to this place in your distribution that would be nice ๐Ÿ™
    To visit this place one day with my family

  8. I think when men speak they say KRUB at the end of a sentence and women say KHA. So would it be Khob-Khun Krub for a man speaks and Khob-khun Kha for a woman. I have just started my first online lesson so just checking.

  9. The car in the shop is a Ferrari 250 GTO. A real one is worth 25MIL USD! ๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

  10. Bugatti *CHIRON* (not Veyron ๐Ÿ˜‰) This place is fucking EPIC, as both an artist and a gearhead/car guy, this is the kinda place that just oozes inspiration and awesomeness! Keep it goin brother, another kickass video!

  11. Generally speaking i dont understand “art” but yhat is art to me !! That is amazing and beautiful, I love it . If i ever get there it would be my first stop

  12. Wow, most of those robots are transformers from all the movies. The “Lounger”, yellow on the floor? that’s from the famous Bumblebee dance scene. Even a lot of the parts match the movies. And you walked right by a “Movie Camera” in a clip.. Datsun 280Z. Sooo cool.

  13. This somewhere between Bangkok and Pattaya? I think the new car they are buildin @3:19 is some Ferrari, maybe 250GTO or something like that. Im not very familiar with old Ferraris ๐Ÿ™‚

  14. I’m into cars and got suggested this channel from YouTube. I lived in Thailand (Phuket and Hua Hin/Pak Nam Pran) for 6 years. Quickly becoming one of my favorite channels. Thanks for the content my brotha’!!!

  15. In your words Chad, that place is INSANE. I never could of imagined anything like that in such the smallest detail. Great respect for the Thai imagination. I always learn from your videos. Thank you. Merry Christmas!

  16. Artistry must be judged by not only by its appearance and the emotions that the viewer experiences, but the virtuosity of the creator. Chad, you have discovered the maestros of metal. What a great find.

  17. Seriously dude that is awesome they should have a special art gallery to showcase the work that has been done there thanks again for showing us some awesome content.

  18. This video is right up there with the turbo narrow drag boat video in my book
    $30k is such a deal for those giant transformers
    Iโ€™m wondering what the shipping be to Arizona ๐Ÿค”

  19. “what’s up with the stairs?”… I think they’re supposed to be piano key stairs… not quite right in terms of black/white apportionment, but close enough the get the point across… piano stairs are often used as a fun/whimsical way to get people to use stairs. Piano stairs pet peeve: It happens on other piano stairs too, but the OCD in me feels like the black keys should be on the left as you face the stairs from the bottom… that way as you climb higher on the stairs, you are going “higher” (pitch) on the keys.

  20. I have been around many a steel fabrication shops, never have I seen anything like what they are doing. EPIC! I would love to see the transformers being built in time lapse video. Just wondering how they move them around since I did not see a crane or heavy forklift. Very cool.

  21. For me, this is the best channel on YouTube…….love all of the different places and things that you visit and do…….you have so many great ideas to keep everyone interested…..great work Chad!

  22. 3:22 look like a Ferrari , never see any thing like that, it s crazy it all just scrap metal, pretty amazing , wonder how long it takes them to do one from start to finish

  23. I think of a couple art majors discussing what the artist meant to communicate when he painted two red lines and a blue circle on a huge white canvas vs this scrap metal art which is something a goober like me can actually appreciate.

  24. As I have said aloud many times in Thailand…”Nice Cock!” :p…genuinely though, and it always shocks whoever I’m with a little until I point out the Sculpture I’m speaking of!
    Excellent artwork all round, have seen some similar stuff(I bought a scrap metal Predator) for sale,
    but these guys work is amazing!
    Thanks Chad,
    and a happy 2021 you jammy bastard,if I see you over there in the next 12 months I’d love to get a beer with you!

  25. This is incredible. I grew up in Bangkok in the mid 90s and went to B.I.S.(Bangkok International School) There are so many hidden gems as you continue to explore the country! I look forward to coming back soon. Love the places youโ€™ve found and shown us!

  26. Good morning from California and hope you had a wonderful Christmas. going to go to Thailand for 3 months what’s your opinion on staying from April 1st through like June you think the situation will be better than??? Also got 4 words for u! TURBO TUK TUK RACING.

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  28. Throughout Thailand, youโ€™ll see random transformers made in the way youโ€™ve documented in your video. Do you think this is where they are made? Great video as usual!

  29. I have lived in Thailand for about three years and I can say that Thailand has some of the most excellent craftsman and artists anywhere in the world. They are genius at salvaging โ€œjunkโ€ and repurposing it into something useful or astatic. I am constantly being amazed and itโ€™s a god given natural talent. No art school or training, just comes natural. And you used to buy classic Thai art for peanuts literally and can still find good deals for your dollar. Luv your show CB.

  30. I have lived in Thailand for about three years and I can say that Thailand has some of the most excellent craftsman and artists anywhere in the world. They are genius at salvaging โ€œjunkโ€ and repurposing it into something useful or astatic. I am constantly being amazed and itโ€™s a god given natural talent. No art school or training, just comes natural. And you used to buy classic Thai art for peanuts literally and can still find good deals for your dollar. Luv your show CB.

  31. I have lived in Thailand for about three years and I can say that Thailand has some of the most excellent craftsman and artists anywhere in the world. They are genius at salvaging โ€œjunkโ€ and repurposing it into something useful or astatic. I am constantly being amazed and itโ€™s a god given natural talent. No art school or training, just comes natural. And you used to buy classic Thai art for peanuts literally and can still find good deals for your dollar. Luv your show CB.

  32. I have lived in Thailand for about three years and I can say that Thailand has some of the most excellent craftsman and artists anywhere in the world. They are genius at salvaging โ€œjunkโ€ and repurposing it into something useful or astatic. I am constantly being amazed and itโ€™s a god given natural talent. No art school or training, just comes natural. And you used to buy classic Thai art for peanuts literally and can still find good deals for your dollar. Luv your show CB.

  33. Chad, you are promoting Thailand better than the Thai Tourist Board.
    You need a tickle….in Northern English that means sponsorship, money or bribe ; )
    You deserve it mate, hope you get it ; ) very well done.

  34. It’s a 1962-64 Ferrari 250 GTO. They go for above 50 million USD. 36 were made. They were for racing. In another video you seemed to not know what a particular fiberglass car was (outside). If memory serves it was also a copy of a 250 GTO. I prefer the 288 GTO myself. I saw one (likely a copy but you never know) in Bangkok in 2011. (it was in front of a shop with other car in a partially built state.

  35. So cool. Chad, was on your live stream the other day. Totally nuts but fun. Not much was happening, but the comments were crazy. I don’t know how you kept up with it.

  36. Honestly if you think about how much people pay for luxury exotic cars in Thailand, and realize that none of those cars are unique sculptures, consider the size, the creativity, and the amount of welding work — those really giant sculptures should be millions in USD in my opinion. The way people actually value things is ridiculous.

  37. Their not scrape metal artwork, thatโ€™s where the transformers are hiding till they are needed to save the world. You could be the new real life driving partner for bumblebee.

  38. ๐Ÿ˜ฒ omfg!!
    I love this stuff. Slowly trying to teach myself how work with metal in this way.
    Only two small projects so far (videos are posted on my channel).
    Definitely a bucket list a soon as traveling opens up or soon after the funds are available.

    Wish the your video was longer. Sharing this one!

    Great work brother ๐Ÿ‘Š!

  39. TY VERY MUCH CB for another Amazing video thai people are you the best in handicrafts metal ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

  40. Chad … Fantastic art. Great talent. 100K baht would be reasonable price for something like this. But … how much would it cost to ship it back to the U.S.?

  41. Omgosh you find the most magnificent stuff! Keep up the great vids! My soon to be wife and I are making a Thailand bucket list from your videos for our honeymoon! It’s gonna be the greatest adventure of all!!! God bless and stay safe, we both hope to meet you one day!!!๐Ÿ‘

  42. At first I thought “Shit, why’d they charge for just viewing junks ?”, then in like 15 secs I became “Gosh, how could just 2$ help maintain these amazing artworks ?”. I loved how they didn’t just put the metal scraps altogether. They even selected the fine ones and pieced them up to create each single parts with detailed motifs.

    Any way it’s 50 Baht which is USD 1.66, not 2.

  43. The one with CV-19 is a Gundam not a transformer but omg what a awesome place if I lived near there they would have to throw me out everyday it looks like some place you can go near daily and always find/notice something new or different but those cars wow I think the one inside was a Ferrari 250 GTO? I may be wrong tho

  44. An absolute true meaning of the world of art, just made out of everyday metal items/components. I first saw them at a shop just outside Koh Samui airport many years ago and have always been fascinated, just by their ability to design and construct these models into reality, just from junk/scrap components. Top artisans of their field

  45. Oh my god. Everyday I learn just how amazing the Thai people are at art work and hand crafting the most amazing things . One more place for the travel bucket list in Thailand . Thanks Chad for the great vlog as usual .

  46. it’s a 1962 ferarri 250 gto, absolutely stunning car in the flesh. you should contact ferarri and do broker a deal for the sale of it, or one of the owners of the 36 250 gto’s ever made would snap it up seeing as the car is worth at least 50 million.

  47. Great video Chad, that place is off the hook. Have a great Xmas. ๐ŸŽ„๐ŸŽ„๐ŸŽ„๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ

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