This mud hole was far deeper than this Arctic Cat Wildcat Sport UTV rider expected.
Sometimes you just see a vehicle that’s so gloriously silly and impractical that you must have it. Here is a Lincoln Town Car limousine called “Mud Force One” that’s been lifted for one glorious purpose: ultimate mud domination. It’s such a rolling contradiction that I’m in love.
A Texas grass farmer (yes, actual grass, not weed, which we call “pot”) just had about 25 grand worth of crop destroyed by hooligan off-roaders, KRGV Channel 5 News reports. Of all the places to go hooning, they find the one guy who actually makes a living from the grass. Yikes.
Jumps are rad. Mud is fun. Everything about this jump- and wheelie-filled mud pit video will delight every redneck bone in your body. If you don’t watch this and feel the need to rip through the muck afterwards, I’m not sure we can be friends.
The swan ride is one of the most romantic slow rides at the amusement park. Just you and your special friend, slowly cruising on the back of a swoon-worthy bird boat. Why not bring some of that sophistication to the esteemed pastime of muddin’?
In the woods of northeastern Texas lies a mud pit so diabolical that it’s called the Pipeline From Hell. It features over 100 yards long of completely obscured holes and murky water. It takes a special truck to make it across, so here’s some thoroughly insane footage of all the impressive builds that can’t.
Who would have thought that a home-built monster truck might perhaps just maybe hmmm not be the sturdiest vehicle in existence?
An old Sentra is good at a number of things, like existing and being made of atoms. But what about taking one mudding?
Let's say you have an old Audi 200 Quattro, five cylinders and four driven wheels and all. What if you decided to take it mudding?
Can a little Subaru STI with nothing more than four-wheel-drive and a lot of turbo power handle a mud pit like the big lifted truck bros?
Can you identify the truck jumping in ahead of these F-Series pickups? The trucks are celebrating mud and 'murica at four of July races in Willamina, Oregon. [AP, 2003]
If you think of mudding, you think of country music videos and bro-tastic lifted trucks. Well, Subarus do just fine, thank you.
A Florida man was arrested early Saturday morning for repeatedly driving over a teenager's '94 Camry with his lifted four-wheel-drive Econoline. The car-crushing occurred at the Redneck Yacht Club's "Swamp Cabbage Weekend" festival, which is typically a gathering of the temperate and polite.
Reader Brian spotted this classy Jaguar XJS-HE at a Wal-Mart in Ft. Pierce, Florida over the weekend, leaving us to ponder how something like this comes about. We're also somewhat surprised at how well the XJS body lends itself to jacked-up 4x4 duty — the proportions just seem to sort of work. But what's underneath…