That is always a mystery I think. Basically, I think people liked the fact that I did every single aspect of the car, stripped it, rust repair, roll cage, painted it, sewed the interior, and stripped the engine and I did it all by myself in my garage. The only part of the video not in my garage was in the machine shop in LA, where the owner let me get on some of the tools and showed me how to do some of it. Also i think the fact that it was 4 minutes, kept it at a watchable length.
I thought it would be my most popular video when I was making it, but I never dreamed it would be seen over 14 million times in 6 days. I don't think anyone could predict that.