BURNOUT LANE-Death to the Ford
November 13, 2005-This1986 Ford Aerostar (powered by Ford's high-revving but powerless 3.0 liter V6) meets its demise in the hills of Southern California...A kind of one-vehicle demolition-derby/vehicle endurance test. Let me tell you, this thing definitely passed the test! They don't make 'em like they used to!! FORD-BRING BACK THE AEROSTAR!!! Side note-the truck towing the trailer with the Aerostar on it in the beginning of the video was a regular cab, long bed 2000 Dodge Ram 2500, with the 5.9 liter (360 CID) "Magnum" V8 (only 245 horsepower). The engine was stock. All the truck had was a Flowmaster muffler. Stock intake. 5 speed manual trans and 4:10 gears made it a beast though...that truck towed better than 10 year newer trucks with 60-100 more horsepower...it's all in the gearing (and the unbeatable Chrysler power curves)... NOTE: ANY MUSIC USED IN THIS VIDEO WAS PURCHASED BY ME, AND USED ONLY FOR FUN. I DO NOT MAKE ANY MONEY OFF OF THESE VIDEOS. "BURNOUT LANE" IS SOMETHING I DO IN MY SPARE TIME. I DO NOT INTEND ON ANY COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT BY USING MUSIC IN MY VIDEOS-THE MUSIC IS ONLY ADDED TO MAKE THE VIDEOS MORE ENJOYABLE, AND TAKING THE MUSIC OUT WOULD RUIN THE ENTIRE AUDIO TRACK.
Living in a 97 Ford Aerostar. The $1000 Homevan
I turned my 97 Ford Aerostar into a home for less than $1000, including buying the van. It is awesome, check it out. Find out more here: http://www.brennanhatton.com/2015/11/home-upgrade-97-ford-aerostar-how-you- can-live-in-a-van-too/ To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email email@example.com
My 93 Ford Aerostar Starts Up After A 7 Year Sleep
To all you Jackasses out there, Read this first. Starting it to take it with me when my house gets sold once the water damage is repaired. As I was trying to rock it out of the ground it because it sunk in over the years I did a small burnout with it in the dirt. By the way, doing a burnout with the door open like that. Bad idea, as you can see that I smoked my own ass out. lol This van has served me well. My family took me and my brother on road trips with it and then I took it on my own road trips when I was using it everyday. I parked it in my backyard by my storage unit in 2007 and it hasn't ran or moved since until 1-15-2014. The reason why I parked it was because the overdrive goes on and off until it reaches 70 mph. That and I have to add a quart of oil to the engine before reaching 3,000 miles on an oil change. The AC compressor went out. I put a new one in and it only lasted a year. I just don't want to put any money in it anymore. Besides, it's a pain in the ass to work on and there are many things that is wrong with it. But it survived my mother over heating it in it's early life before I owned it. The engine is worn out because of it over heating from my mother. It has 271,000 miles on it and I didn't think that it was going to start after sitting for so long with seven year old gas in the tank. But you can see the look on my face in the video that I was impressed that it did. Just by putting a battery in it and getting the starter to loosen up and finally turn the engine over. The reason why I broke the passenger side window is because the door was stuck shut and I was trying to get it open. Why did I park it instead of getting rid of it? Well original I was saving it to take it to Dave's Farm and finish what ever life it had left in it over there. But now I have a new idea. I'm going to take it to a Demolition Derby and have fun with it before junking it. It had a good life and it ran it's course. It served me well, and now we party.