|MacGyver Style Bomb - 2010-11-26 |
Car designed for physical comedy.
Maybe the internet needs a rule about videos involving pain and destruction and yakety sax inevitably being played together.
|Valvados - 2010-11-26 |
This was the first bit from this show I think I ever saw.
|freedoom - 2010-11-26 |
I think that car needs training wheels.
Actually, in a continuance of this bit after this particular clip ends, they do put training wheels on it. It subsequently flips into a canal.
|Old_Zircon - 2010-11-26 |
I misread the description and expected Kelly Clarkson.
|dancingshadow - 2010-11-26 |
I want one !
|memedumpster - 2010-11-26 |
This is the funniest car related anything I have ever seen. The man is a master of the automotive lean-in.
|kennydra - 2010-11-26 |
I watched this clip knowing absolutely nothing about this car. I took one look at it and thought "jesus that thing is gonna just tip right over." but then I had second thoughts, thinking, "there is no way there would really be a car like that, i'm no expert in automotive design, it wouldn't ACTUALLY roll over. It must be some kind of trick." And I assumed he was being facetious with the 4 point harness and stuff.
Then the first roll came.
And I laughed as hard as I have ever laughed.
Then the second roll.
And many more.
"It has to... has to be some engineering thing the show did for laffs, like the limo things they welded together."
But it was sold to actual people.
|Konversekid - 2010-11-27 |
|kingarthur - 2010-11-27 |
OK, I need to watch more of this show. Also, I think if DVDs of it exist in my region, I found dad's Christmas present.
|GravidWithHate - 2010-11-27 |
Every time I see a British made car on Top Gear, Thatcherism makes just a little bit more sense.
|Enjoy - 2010-11-27 |
When he pulled up to the enthusiasts I nearly laughed a lung out.
|Robin Kestrel - 2010-11-27 |
Oh no, I'm completely stuck. I hope the lead singer of the Human League happens by. Oh, hi Phil!
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