SEMA Donk Tear Down Part 2: Final Disassembly With The 3 Stooges

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Shawn and the 3 stooges finish tearing down the 1975 Caprice in preparation for SEMA 2021!

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46 thoughts on “SEMA Donk Tear Down Part 2: Final Disassembly With The 3 Stooges

  1. Haha old Larry, Moe, and Curly……Dalton would be Moe, Coach would be Larry, Aiden would be Curly๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ Just ribbing them. Im impressed at what they have learned, I'd like to take them to my kind of racing one wekend. I love all racing. Keep up the learning, and your hustle. Take care 187 Crew!

  2. It's always a good time watching the stooges lol. I'm honestly surprised Aiden hasn't talked shawn into small tire the chevell and adding more power lol ๐Ÿคฃ. Can't wait to see the update on the OG

  3. Maybe Aiden should think about going to school for engineering, then he can design and build race car frames and suspensions, etc. Or go to a trade school and learn how to fix modern cars and motorcycles, there should be good info about modern efi, etc. that he can use in racing. At least until electric cars take over the education area.

  4. My Dad wasn't a car guy, but my buddies all were and we were always at my house working on all of our cars from setting up the stance to swapping engines. At 16yrs. it was 1965 and during the yrs that followed it was a great time to be growing up, and the cars were nothing short of awsome to say the least. It's awsome to see these young guys doing what they're doing , and knowing they'll be keeping this hobby alive and well. Hell yeah !!! ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ‘

  5. Definitely adds a new level of entertainment to your productions , well done. My favorite part is the dialogue about father-son relationships in the first half. That in itself sets up the โ€œthree stooges โ€œ second half , although included with the comedic manner it was presented , is some serious human relation lessons about interactions in the family and the workplace. Thank you and keep up the good work !

  6. When I was growing up. My dad always taught me how to work on vehicles and heavy machinery and also his semi truck that I own. When I was a kid I always was in the garage wrenching on things my dad wanted me to do. I never liked playing games on t.v. And after school I would go to my dad's work. And watch the mechanics work on semis and also the city work vehicles like police vehicles and city department vehicles. And they would teach me how to do things. And tell me what to do. And I always did that. Sadly when I was 10 years old. My dad died walking home by a drunk driver. Both him and my late boss's husband died at the scene. My mom just tossed me to my Aunt Maggie and said here u raise him. She did and I always went to the shop where my dad drove semi. My boss lady said that she was happy that I continued to come each day and helped mechanics out. I always cleaned up the shop after hours. And I always washed the semis each time drivers had them serviced. When I married my highschool sweet heart Jessie 11 years later. Her kid's wanted to hang out at the shop. And they watched the mechanics work on semis and also heavy machinery. They even got there hands dirty. When my oldest daughter ( I adopted her kid's has mine) she brought her 1st car. And it needed new brakes. She goes dad can u show me what to do. I sat back and told her what to do and she did it all by herself. Jessie cam outside and was like that's cool. My oldest son he's getting his mechanics license to work here. He helps us when he's outta college for the day. And we tell him what to do on stuff that he's about to give a test on. My oldest daughter she is going to college and be a teacher. The youngest kids are still in school. And they don't know what there going to do when there outta school. There friends comes over and helps me work on my street legal 1885 Chevy Silverado Truck when I am going to race it on the track. Oldest lines me up and the other son (middle son) he checks for wet spots on the track. Jessie will video of me racing. The other kids will be watching. My oldest daughter she said I bet Chief is not like a father figure to his son's. I said I seen videos where he stats racing is more important than spending time with his family. I always spend time with my wife and kids. We always doing things together.

  7. ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ Damn these kids grow fast, went from playing video games to working on SEMA quality cars. Shawn and Erin must be proud, I would be. There ain't no owners manual for parents but when you have good family values and good parenting this is what you get๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

  8. pro tip: you dont need straight As to get into a good college… you need to write, speak and calculate well. It helps if you're done with the party stage of youth too. Also, get some community involvement; volunteering etc. Huge advantage in admissions. Best of luck! I am good at editing if you need writing help.

    ps. scholarship money is available for ANYONE! You simply have to dig for it.

  9. I was blessed by my father who knew a little bit about a lot of things. He passed that knowledge on to me. Now, thanks to him, I can work with wood, metal, electrical and automotive. The most important thing he taught me was how to visualize, plan and execute a project. Unfortunately, my younger family members have ho desire to get their hands dirty. All they want to do is watch TV/internet and play games. So sad.

  10. Hey guys listen that's how I grew up wrenching in the yard your did the right thing with Aiden when he's finally ready I'm sure he'll go for it them boys are hilarious and being there will learn them alot so keep them videos coming phantom and as always keep up the awesome work guys ๐Ÿ’ช ๐Ÿ’ฏ

  11. I agree with you but those trials and tribulations you went through is what made you the man you are and it's important for your son to go through the same trials and tribulations you went through to make him somebody special to

  12. For sure let them make there chose. I was like like you Shawn I wanted him to have it better then myself and we were always together unlike my dad and me!So he earned 3 state titles in wrestling and one hell of a ball player never in trouble thank God you are doing a fine job bro!๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ’ช

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