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...

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

KHROMATICxKHAOS : This shit runs deep into the feels.

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

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

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

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.


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.

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

Revenge Of The Moon : It's never too late. I bet you could design a great gold dredge, build it, and see it used. Or just scale it down to an engine room for a smaller boat. I like working on boats. For about $1000 you can get a cabin cruiser, take it out on the rough water, and you'll be right at home.

Ssorc Werdna : I don't think these engines are running, I think they are being driven by compressed air

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

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

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

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

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.

Carlos 94 : He is spaniard what did you expect? the best¡

potorontono : I almost cried with the ending

Ricci Garduño : He is now one of my inspirations, I always wanted to be a mechanic since my childhood

Jojo Estanero : This guy is a genius and a wizard

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??

Joel M. Pasaraba : Amazing,,,,,, great talent & skill,GENIUS

Benjamin Steinbach : This video broke my heart. Wish I could help him...

Jersey Tom : Thank you for the English subtitles, great video.

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

AlphaDream : bad for the environment

Alejandro Torres : Masterpieces from a proper artist. Take a look at their eyes: passion about he does.

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?

lil walrus : Respect :)

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

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

Chen Roger : Very impressive! But why I cannot see electrical wire for ignition.

borjaevo : Una persona admirable.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

joeventura1 : These are not engines, these are engine models, an engine burns a fuel and turns it into motion. These are air driven models. There is no combustion or functional carberators An engine or motor is a machine designed to convert one form of energy into mechanical energy. Heat engines, including internal combustion engines and external combustion engines (such as steam engines), burn a fuel to create heat, which then creates a force.

pavel1809 : very nice video me gusta estubo bueno

stopthatimmediately : where in spain is this? quite lovely countryside.

zigman1976 : Yes, these are super cool. Takes a lot of skill to build. Leaps and bounds beyond me. But, yes there is a "but". These are not engines. They have no electrical and burn no fuel. They are models. Compressed air is used to turn crankshafts from the outside. That's it. If he made and internal combustion engine in that scale, I would bow at his knees.

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

O Fronix : Isn't there a damn billionare somewhere who can just let him design his engine room! Stupid onions...

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

Alex Jones : oh damn man...whyy.. dont go man this is skills the world needs..

Warndog : Beautiful work and all. But I think it's really cheesy that it isn't an internal combustion engine. it runs on compressed air. It's kinematic art with no use whatsoever. This is by no means a V12 engine. It's just art. And fantastic art at that.