how not to unload a nice cadillac deville . off a tow truck wrecker rollback as seen on tv

Sorry ebrake was on so it wasn"t moveing very well. I didnt feal like tilting the bed . My sight isnt called scrapman if i was going to keep it.lol The stinger or wheel lift was down so it wouldnt bounce of it or damage the lift. FYI I WANTED TO SEE WHAT A DEVILLE WOULD DO DROPPING IT HARD WELL I MADE IT ON TV I'LL KEEP DOING MORE .

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