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Airborne Ford Explorer is actually quite impressive.

Posted in Ford, Funny, Funny Videos, General, Stunts, SUV, Videos by MrAngry | August 25th, 2010 | 4 Responses |

Back in the day I used to take part in all sorts of vehicular hoonage with very little regard for safety and or self preservation. If given the opportunity I would jump it, crash it and or flog the snot out of any piece of motorized equipment that I could get my hands on. Hell, once I even jumped a motorized lawn tractor into a lake, but that didn’t end well. I had to post up the above video because it actually brought back some memories. You see I used to have a 1994 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer Edition in the same color and while not quite achieving the same height that these gentlemen did, I must concur that for a big SUV, they actually take flight quite well. Obviously I’ve done some growing up (although not much) so I can’t in good conscious recommend behavior like this. I must say though that it is fun to watch and brings back some good, albiet expensive memories.

Source: Streetfire.net

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  1. […] Back in the day I used to take part in all sorts of vehicular hoonage with very little regard for safety and or self preservation. If given the opportunity I would jump it, crash it and or flog the snot out of any piece of motorized equipment that I could get my hands on. Hell, […] RideLust […]

  2. DaveMofo says:

    Well, hell… he nailed the double! Good job!

  3. Shahroz says:

    oh yea that was a bit too smooth for huge truck !

  4. Taylor says:

    Hoonage – Aggressively flogging a car, but in a manner that stops just short of reckless.

    Hoonage (Alt.) – Another word in a long line of slang vocabulary that rapidly enters into wide usage and quickly reaches the point of overusage and continued usage past the point of overusage by people who don’t have a firm enough grasp on the english language to vividyly describe a situation utilizing non-slang vocabulary.

    Also, vehicular hoonage is redundant if the first definition is adhered to.