There not much to this video, and you won’t learn anything fancy from it – aside from the benefits of being prepared, which this guy most certainly is.
The video is essentially a series of 3,000 photos documenting one do-it-yourselfer’s mission to deconstruct, clean and re-install an entire engine block. He took thousands of photos of each laborious step over the course of a whole year, so that he would remember where each individual piece went when he out it back together again. The result is a stop-motion style video of the engine’s dismantling. It gets especially entertaining about 1 minute and 22 seconds in.
What do you think?