Let's be clear. Some viral videos are produced to be viral (hi, Ken Block). Other videos go viral just because. Naturally, pass-around factor isn't directly related to production value. What's the most ridiculously awesome automotive viral video?
Ok, so David Rock spent some time behind bars during the early 1990s for sexual assault and exploitation. And, well, that kind of led YouTube to pull all the videos he produced during the '00s on his famous David's Farm of London, Ontario. All that aside, Rock did create some of the earliest, truly viral automotive videos around, including one of my all-time favorites, the Redneck Rollercoaster — a version of which still exists on YT.
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