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xci_ed6 Reader
9/25/09 10:38 a.m.


griffin729 Reader
9/25/09 10:43 a.m.

Wow, hooliganizing gone wrong. Tee hee.

EastCoastMojo Dork
9/25/09 10:49 a.m.


oldtin Reader
9/25/09 10:51 a.m.

Ummm, dad, you know how you let me borrow your truck today...

Osterkraut Dork
9/25/09 10:53 a.m.

"Did I pop the tire?"

Ahahah! Awesome.

Rusty_Rabbit84 Dork
9/25/09 10:53 a.m.


roadcourseofcourse None
9/25/09 10:59 a.m.

The gene pool needs cleaning.....

Strizzo SuperDork
9/25/09 11:05 a.m.

Let me guess, ds breaks when he dumps the clutch

WilD Reader
9/25/09 11:08 a.m.

I hope insurance didn't have to pay for that...

bludroptop Dork
9/25/09 11:17 a.m.
WilD wrote: I hope insurance didn't have to pay for that...

Not if they happen to have access to the youtube video.

Anyone else surprised how the a-pillar folded?

Keith SuperDork
9/25/09 11:23 a.m.

He left some pretty entertaining skid marks. On the road, at least.

Yeah, I was a little concerned by the shape of the cab

John Brown
John Brown SuperDork
9/25/09 11:25 a.m.

Since no one else has the balls to say it...

Locost Donor!

EricM HalfDork
9/25/09 11:27 a.m.


GameboyRMH SuperDork
9/25/09 12:12 p.m.

The accents really add to the hilarity

He was lucky he didn't get squished like a bug though. The edge of the road could have filled in the area between the hood and the back of the cabin.

maroon92 SuperDork
9/25/09 12:19 p.m.

how do you even do that? I didn't think it was possible to do worse burnouts than the Top Gear boys.

Shaun Reader
9/25/09 12:22 p.m.
bludroptop wrote:
WilD wrote:
Anyone else surprised how the a-pillar folded?

I sure was.

Carson Dork
9/25/09 12:32 p.m.

Action films spend all that time and money attaching hydraulic rams under cars to get them to roll. They could save loads if they only hire this guy.

DrBoost HalfDork
9/25/09 12:35 p.m.

It looks like the truck rolled sortof into a ditch. So all the weight of the truck on on the windshield header, none on the front of the hood like you'd get on the road. I think that's why the a-pillar folded like that? Either way, how the heck do you roll a truck at 25 mph?

wearymicrobe New Reader
9/25/09 12:45 p.m.

Having owned one its not surprising that it happens more often. Especially with the prices on these trucks going south the ownership age is jetting younger and younger.

andrave Reader
9/25/09 1:03 p.m.

I was also surprised by the total lack of rollover protection. I don't think rollovers get much lighter than that and the cab looked like it had all it could take.

I LOL'd at the "did I pop a tire?"

no. all 4 tires are still spinning from the accident. You just drove your truck into a ditch.

Gearheadotaku New Reader
9/25/09 1:09 p.m.

The 2 biggest dangers a classic car faces are: The government (clunker bills and emmission laws) and stupid people (like in that vid...) Sadly the gov't contains a lot of car hating stupid people.

   P.S.  that'll buff right out.....
poopshovel SuperDork
9/25/09 1:10 p.m.

The conversation at my house would've gone something like "I bet we can get the SRTRX running by sun-up"

cwh Dork
9/25/09 1:33 p.m.

"How to chop the top of a nice truck in two seconds" by Bubba Asshat.

Carson Dork
9/25/09 1:41 p.m.

At first, I was wondering how he got out so fast, then I found my answer at :04. No seat belt. I guess in this case, that could've been a good thing. Looks like he probably wound up in the passenger floor board, probably squashed had he been buckled in.

Would have been a really lame way to go. Imagine standing in line at the gates of heaven and God is laughing at you as he watches your lame burn out/roll over and over on YouTube.

DustoffDave Reader
9/25/09 1:44 p.m.

I love that he doesn't even drop the camera or anything, it's perfectly focused on the truck the whole time. If that was my buddy I would have dropped that sucker and run over as fast as I could.

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