Monster Garage - Mazda RX-7 to a Doom Buggy -Destruction!

what happens when the build is successful, but the challenge isn't? Jesse gets pissed and shoots the hell out of it with a Dillon Minigun!

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Monster Garage Hearse 1st Failure
Here's a clip from the first failure on Monster Garage. The Hearse A.KA "The Grim Ripper" was the first failure on the show and here's how they took care of it. A note to add for people who may not know about this scene. When the hearse blew up, they threw a bunch of Propane Tanks in the hearse to get that massive explosion. If you don't believe me, I'll post the clip if you want. Also the song that you hear in the background just before the explosion, the "Boom, Boom" The song is called "Heartthrob" sung by "Three Against Four" I also plan on making a Monster Garage music video. Hope to get on that soon! Anyway Enjoy!





Mazda RX-7 Crash at 225 MPH!!
Bonneville Salt Flats: 3rd gen Mazda RX-7 race car trying to beat the land speed record for a production vehicle. At this speed, the tire patch that is touching the ground is LESS than the width of your index finger across each tire. Furthermore each patch is encountering dust and small sand-like particles often. If you could keep the pace with this car and remain standing next to it, you could reach over and push it away from you sideways with little effort. The announcer claims that an additional burst of oxygen in the fuel causes a loss of control, but in all likelyhood, the wind just changes ever so slightly, or began to blow (even lightly) and it was actually this that nudged the cars nose off by just enough to start a flat spin. Yes, a flat spin, like an airplane goes into! No rudder on this vehicle, so no control!





Peterbilt Trike
As seen on Monster Garage. Logic and common sense wins again! The DMCA will not take our FREEDOM! Fight the corporations and let them know you will not be trampled on for LEGAL use of video!





Work'n our ASS off. on
AUSTIN SPEED SHOP - TEXAS - By Jesse James on Ford car '29




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