The man behind the smallest V-12 engine in the world (English subtitles)

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Alex Jones : Saddest words: I have plenty of projects, but i'm 72 and... but its too late now.. OH DAMMIT, will someone out there please go assist this Master Mechanic build that 4 motor transatlantic engine room please...

Nthefastlane : Seem's Like a great guy with a incredible talent.. somebody give this man his dream and let him combine 4 engines to 2 shafts and then to a propeller like he said at the end.He was spot on how mechanics these days have ready parts and never care to examine why the part broke in the first place. "The greatest people are those you seldom hear about".

Chevy 454 : my dream is to meet this man and shake his hand

Simon Heaney : The human race has some gems ,you just watched one . Beautiful person

peterson Florial : He is not too old. He's got time and he doesn't have to do it alone. Amazing work. This is a 1 in a million type of guy.

dingdingdingdiiiiing : he's realistic about his situation, it's very unlikely someone will commission him for an ocean liner engine, but he enjoys his engineering the way a sculptor enjoys chiseling marble

sw204me : SOMEONE LET THIS MAN DESIGN HIS DREAM ENGINE ROOM!

Skreamies : End end is sad. Great man and a great talent at that! Someone needs to get him a transatlantic ship so he can build an engine room!

Jeffrey Bottoms : Absolutely beautiful. That kind of craftsmanship is very rare indeed!

James Parmenter : This guy is one in a million.A special person.Words can't describe him.

Hugh Fathers : Beautiful . . .

SovereignSoul : Amazing gentleman. I would ask him to build the engine room of my trans-atlantic ship, when I buy one, after I win this week's 50 million dollar jackpot!

Wabefuhon : The number of true skilled people is dwindling. People who have a perfection talent that so few can truly be called masters of such professions. The market for such skills is very small, but the quality and length of use that these masters build will have a more lasting impression.

Dru Bradley : Lost art, what this man can simply just do! The world is lucky to have people like them! The funny thing is, he has no clue to the fact that he has inspired millions of people the world around. The little V-12 engine went on a tour to be shown all over the world, along with a few other's of his engines, I think Ferrari Had something to do with that. I'm not saying that Petelo wasn't proud of his projects, but, when they approached him on the idea to send the lil V-12 on tour to show the world, he was shaking his head in dis-belief and questioning "WHY"?..lol... They Had to convince him of the details of why folks around the world would be honored to see his work... I'll have to see if I can dig out the video of this deal.. The video has several folks in it that have built small things in scaled out detail, like Mr. Conley of the V-8.... and about 80 to 10 other amazing people.

Dave knaus : Simply amazing.

borjaevo : Una persona admirable.

ThomasTheSailor Chubby : Awesome !!   I've been a Machinist for 36 years. I know EXACTLY what it takes to do that.  Those motors are work of art, By an Artisan.  A tribute to the trade.!!  Good Man !!

Spkier : very nice. i want to become a mechanic myself but it seems so complicated i do love engines way to mutch.

Andra Utd : I can see tears behind his glass.... Deep sadness that he just try to hidding behind his smile....

David Peralta : I have to disagree, as amazing as it is... It may be the smallest model, or replica of an engine. If it doesn´t generate its own power and motion it´s not an engine.

jiggermast : What a very sad note to finish on, but WHAT an engineer! and a true gentle man! This world needs more like him!

Scott Connors : haters need not apply,   beyond great, its the passion the PASSION i say, what a man!!!! my hero

maverickthebastard : What a talented and lovely man. Bravo!!

Milan Stefanovic : Great man, from some other planet. And, he should go for his dream. It's not late. My deepest respect.

Dexxter : 6:04 this is a lovely still shot of a really nice guy.  I love this type of "good news" stories. Thanks for sharing.

Josh Bailey : Not too old man!!! Someone give this man his dream..There is someone out there who can make money and at the same time give this man his dream of that I have no doubt. Truly skilled people like this should be exalted by human kind and put on a pedestal for kids to look up to.

Jomievolution8 : Never to late!! What a amazing man

alex gelvez : señor quisiera aprender de usted toda esa sabiduría  es un genio

Bryan Geonzon : What I would do to be this man student for a year... 

Dennis Franz : I wish it   would run on fel instead  of compressed air. It is a work of art

Colin Ottersten : A true craftsman.

Ryan Rivers : Mr. Barreiro, I know that in this world of electronics and high speed impatient manufacturing it may seem like no one builds these things anymore - but the craft isn't lost. It's simply not mainstream anymore. The mentality you use, where you question every part, and strive for efficient and beautiful design does live on. It's a little rarer, because we moved the people who think like you out of the "mechanics" title. We call them mechanical engineers now, or in many cases just engineers (same thought process, different job title and field of application). As an engineer - those engines are a thing of beauty. I wish I could learn your machining techniques. The craftsmanship is exceptional.

Miguel Canal : Por favor, agradezcanle de mi parte al señor José Manuel Hermo, sus creaciones son inspiradoras. ¿Saben si tiene alguna académia o alguna forma de contactarle? Ah, por cierto, su vídeo también estuvo genial. Saludos desde Colombia.

lautaro lombardi : No queda mas que felicitarle por la habilidad que tiene espero alguna ves llegar a ser habilidoso como usted, porque es un sueño llegar a igualar sus trabajo y espero llegar a hacer su sala de maquinas y sus proyectos de motores porque son espectaculares.

Ravi Perera : You are grate.

David Drake : Thank you for making another video of your smallest V-12 engine.I finally got to see it run. The other video froze. Wow no vibration! Congratulations I admire your skill patience and professionalism.

melvin milton : pretty sure engine making it's all precisely automated by laser guided machines now, like a 3d printer, put in the plans and boom it does all the hard work 5000 times in like a week, heck now even machines do the planning and checking as they are more efficient. the machines have surpassed us, a sombre contemplation on the self-defeating nature of engineering

Carlos : He is spaniard what did you expect? the best¡

Sinister : He's right, there are no mechanics left. Mechanics fix the broken part, they don't replace them.

CyborgeBolt : This is a man who is a rarity among engineers. Nowadays people try to please each other, try to meet deadlines, try to make something this way because "It is efficient". Nobody designing cars (and I mean the guys up in the big leagues) thinks about what THEY want. They can't afford to do what they want. This is a man who did it for him and others with nothing about trying to sell something. It is an achievement that is supposed to define the human spirit in how the mechanical can be from our hands to physical being. Every part is his child. There are no numbers that bind these creations into mere constraints of the market. Sometimes we all forget amongst the hustle, the judgemental, the anxiety, that a car can be so much more than a method of locomotion. It is an art that is defined by the creator. A music only it can sing. A dance only it can make. A light only it can shine. A feeling only it can bring. We drive the car, but have we ever thought what drives us to do so?

Oun kwon : inspiring! passion and gentleness - not just for making things, but for all thing we strive for in our life. I love him.

Trevor Gross : I wish I had the passion this man had. He is so happy doing what he does, that's the way more people should be. And he's right, "fixing" things just isn't the same anymore. I wish I had a need for a transatlantic ship that I could ask him to build.

Fred196407 : I would have liked to have known him. I can tell he's a Grand bloke. He'll keep his marbles to the very end bless him.

CAPT captainvirk : I started watching this for the engineering aspect, but the man that makes the engines is the heart of this piece. I don't understand... Who would dislike this??

Samuel estrada : I have plenty of project, but I'm 72 .... but it's too late now. In the eyes of the Lord saw reflected the sadness of not fulfilling his dream , and feel that time is over.

potorontono : I almost cried with the ending

william otto : And this is exactly the man I would want as an engine man at sea. Every thing he said is very true . He comes from a very different time .I wish I could of known his mentors

pavel1809 : very nice video me gusta estubo bueno

chfar072281 : You are a blessing to humanity Mr. Patelo.

Mikael Soltaniha : What really amazed me about the V12 is the vibration. For it to be that tiny, actually produce power and be so sturdy is just awesome