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Jeep Grand Cherokee Lands So Hard Parts Go Flying

Sure, you might have a car that you love and enjoy very much, one that you spend all ...

Sure, you might have a car that you love and enjoy very much, one that you spend all kinds of long hours taking care of and making sure that the shine is as best as it can possibly be. However, even for those of us to spend lots of time and money improving our vehicles, we can all remember that one car that we had, probably when we were a little bit younger, that we were able to do enjoy for the sheer fact that it was a junker.

There’s something about these machines that makes them all that much better because you can drive them however you want, not worrying about car doors, potholes, or very much else for that matter. If you break it, so what? The parts for these things are dirt cheap and you can just keep on driving until it runs itself into the ground.

This time, we check up with a Jeep Grand Cherokee that looks to be just that vehicle and then maybe even levitates toward the more extreme side as this one has probably been retired from its usefulness on the road. Therefore, it’s time to go all out and try to beat this Jeep to death quite literally. It ends up being quite the experience to tune into and watch as the driver does his diligence to launch this thing into the air and really bring home the bacon, quite literally driving this thing until the wheels fall off… and the bumper… and various other parts along the way.

Follow along with the video below that will take you on the scene as this Jeep driver goes bananas, completely airing this thing out and wowing the crowd, coming home with an awesome video to see just how hard he rode this thing before it just simply couldn’t take the beating anymore.





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