Jet Outhouse at Byron Dragway

You might say "No way!" but this is true. It really is a jet powered outhouse. Either that, or the guy inside has eaten far too many beans. Let's just say this is what happens when you put a guy with too much time on his hands, an outhouse and a jet engine in the same building.

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Yet one more view of the ever popular Jet Outhouse. The jet engine is not visible from this angle. It's coming out the back of the outhouse. See Jet Outhouse Warmup video to see the warm up with jet plume. See the Jet Outhouse at Byron Dragway video to actually see this thing moving and view the jet engine sticking out the back of this thing. Enjoy! Captured at the 2006 World Power Wheelstanding Competition in Byron Illinois. Copyright Jack Davis Video.

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