You'd think something as tall as a monster truck would just tip over all the time, and they do, but the gnarliness they can get out of with a boot in the throttle is absolutely awesome to watch.
This is pretty much just another classic clip of party animals mud wrestling and turning fuel into noise... until "Purple Platinum" shows up. It looks like something Jimmy Buffett might have commissioned in a cocaine rage, not to mention tremendously unsafe and a lot of fun.
Did you miss the Tri-State mud racin' championship in Clarksville, Florida last week? For shame! Good thing I subscribe to Rednecks Gone Wild on YouTube so you don't have to.
Admit it, you wanted a PowerWheels Jeep when you were a kid even if it had to be pink and sparkly. This video makes me want one all over again— to ride as a mud-sled through a gauntlet of hooting rednecks.
On one end of the motorsport scale is Formula One. On the other is a lot of cheap beer. It looks like the cheap beer side is winning.
He's drifting an ‘80s V8 Capri on the street while smoking. I can't tell if this is the most redneck driver on the roads, or just the most irresponsible.
Hoontastic is the only way to describe this huge jet boat jump in what looks (and sounds) like an actual bayou. Someone has clearly watched Live and Let Die a few too many times.
You know what rednecks hate more than dental hygiene and pluralism? Fancy porcelain toilets. And airbags. And the Dodge Dynasty. Really, anything that smacks of your modern sybaritic life.
Before the advent of powered flight, it was said if God intended men to fly he'd have given them wings. As this clip proves, a Toyota Hiace on a Motocross track does little to disprove the axiom.
Splitting logs is best accomplished with a dedicated hydraulic device. But there are times when you’ve got to make do with a Ben Hur-style axle spike and a pickup truck. Click for the bloodcurdling video!
Wedding season's quickly approaching and if you're riding in one of these ten limos to recite your vows, start a life of baby-manufacturing and welfare-collecting, well, you might be doing Jeff Foxworthy proud.
On May 26th, 2000, Dave Anthony successfully drove his truck on top of a Kent, Washington house which he was in the process of demolishing. Here, we see Anthony toasting his monumental achievement saying "It was a hell of a way to kick off the Memorial Day weekend." To which we're certain he added, "Git 'er done boys,…