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Now on Top Gear...
There are 256 million cars on American roads,
but which one is the worst?
We're about to find out.
Oh, he almost flipped it!
What you drive says a lot about you.
Some cars are undeniably cool...
while others less so. But which is the least cool car in the country?
To find out, we each spent 1,500 and bought the worst car we could find for each other,
then we'd compete over which one of us could make the most out of the crap car we'd been given.
This is easily the worst car ever made.
It is disgusting.
It is cheap.
This is the ugliest vehicle ever made
and what makes it sweeter is I know the person I bought this for hates this vehicle. Hates it!
Adam's going to love this car.
No, he is going to absolutely hate this car, but it's perfect for him.
It is so uncool.
It's one of those cars that just doesn't even realise how uncool it really is.
If you're over 60, you've already guessed the car that I've chosen for Adam.
It's a 1977 Mustang II
and it is the most uncool car ever made.
It's a Mustang. It's supposed to be a muscle car and this is everything a muscle car shouldn't be.
It's slow, it's ugly, it's four cylinders, four-speed. It takes over 14 seconds to get to 60mph.
What were they thinking? Adam's going to hate it.
2001 Pontiac Aztek, the uncoolest car ever.
-This personifies everything that was wrong with GM in the late '90s - designed by committee.
-The committee that designed this wasn't fired. They were executed.
The interior, the knobs are this big, so you can turn them with gloves, but they look like cartoon knobs.
-And it comes with a tent.
-Cos you're embarrassed to park this in your driveway, so you have to live in a tent.
-OK, the Aztek is uncool.
-But it is not as uncool as the Mustang II, your new ride.
-You're an evil man.
-I thought you'd like this. It's a muscle car.
-It's an atrophied muscle car.
-What have I ever done to you?
-You picked me on an Aztek.
-That's for Rutledge.
That means Rutledge picked my car.
-I don't even want to look at it.
Don't turn around. HORN BEEPS
-It does have a horn. That says something.
-It is justice!
Feast your eyes on a 1988 Yugo GV.
This is the lowest of the low of the models.
-Is it a real Yugo?
-Yeah, I left the state to punish you with this. Look at those 13s.
-I've got bicycle tyres bigger than these.
-Look at the style on that!
-If the reputation of this car isn't uncool enough, you in it just...
The bad news for me is that I see two awful cars over there.
All I can think is, "Please, God, don't make me drive an Aztek!"
OK, look, I could have got you a Neon.
-That would have been better than...
-I looked. I couldn't find one.
-The Aztek is way less cool.
OK, undeniably, we've amassed in one place three of the most uncool cars ever built.
-What are we doing with them?
-Please tell us.
-Right, let's see here.
"So your first challenge will be a hot lap at Willow Springs Raceway 60 miles from here.
"Fastest lap wins."
Wait. We have to drive 60 miles?
In these cars and be seen publicly on the way!
-A Yugo on the racetrack.
-Could be a first.
Let's hit the road.
This is... This is so shameful.
An 89-horsepower, turd-brown, creepy gym teacher Mustang II!
-..you, Tanner Foust!
How do you make a Yugo go 60 miles an hour?
Push it off a cliff.
Honestly, I am ashamed to drive this thing.
I just hate it so much.
Pontiac made the Aztek from 2001 to 2005
and they needed to sell 150,000 of them to break even.
And they failed.
In 2007, there were still some new '05s on the lot.
This car may not be that cool,
but it's way cooler than the Yugo.
That car is super-dangerous. It has no power.
There is no way you could ever look cool in the Yugo. It's just an impossibility.
'Not only would we have to drive these cars, but we were also going to an auction
'to find out how much each was worth, so somehow we had to make these crappy cars cool.
'That would be a struggle with my Yugo, but I'm a glass half-full guy,
'so I was going to concentrate on the positives.'
OK, sure, the Yugo's been written up in basically any automotive publication
as being one of the top worst cars ever built.
That's undeniable. There are only about 10,000 of them roaming the streets of the US.
It's almost like a collector's item.
The fact that Rutledge had to go across the country to buy this car
means that they just aren't running any more or nobody wants to sell theirs. I think it's the latter.
'But could Adam come up with anything positive for his turd-brown Mustang II?'
At least this is a Mustang.
It's not a cool Mustang, but a Mustang.
It's like Khloe Kardashian.
She ain't the best Kardashian, but at least she's a Kardashian.
Rut, who did you buy that Yugo from?
A very peculiar man in Las Vegas.
Did he have an accent, wear black socks with sandals?
I think the socks with sandals might be more of an Aztek owner.
I think the Aztek owner is going to be wearing sandals with white socks under them,
pulled up to just below the knees,
short shorts with 12 pockets
and a tank top.
Who would own a Mustang II then?
He's retired from the insurance industry. He lives with his mom and she lives with her mom.
He keeps a locked door in the basement that no-one's going to see until he dies,
then the mom's going to deny knowing anything that went on down there.
'We arrived at our first challenge...'
-You've got to be kidding me!
-'..to find that we wouldn't just be racing each other.
'The track was hosting an exotic car day.
'There were 300,000 Lamborghinis,
'tuned-up BMWs, Lotuses,
This will be one of the most dangerous things probably that any of us have done
because there will be cars with 100-mph closing speeds on the straightaway.
I'll probably be on fire and not able to tell.
Oil is leaking under the back left tyre and gasoline under the back right tyre where the exhaust is.
There's a lot that can go wrong.
-You don't have the fear that I do which is rolling this piece of...
-You'll be fine.
-That was genuine hate.
-Yeah, I mean, look at it!
-The only way to make this thing more attractive would be to roll it.
-I'm gonna get on the track.
'Either way, we had a challenge to complete.
'We had to brave danger and shame to set the fastest time we could.
'And we'd try not to ruin the day for the owners of the cool cars who paid thousands of dollars to be there.'
It's going to be lucky if I don't die in this!
I think I've done a 1.21 around this track.
I don't think the Yugo will go quite that quick.
This is going to be embarrassing.
There it is. Let's go. OK, Aztek.
-You can do this.
-We're driving it hard here.
All right, downshifting. Not too bad when you have to downshift up the hill.
'Driving an Aztek on the track was like Jello-wrestling with a bear.'
It just has so much body roll and it's got on-road, off-road tyres.
'And over in the turd-mobile, Adam was having sand kicked in his face.'
Yeah, yeah, show-off!
Oh, you went with the green, huh? Lovely!
I've got about 30 cars behind me.
Oh, I hope that's a different Lotus, otherwise I've been lapped.
I've been lapped.
Oh, there's a Ferrari on my ass!
ENGINES ROAR, TYRES SCREECH
And I'm off the course!
Black flag, black flag.
'Rutledge got black-flagged which meant he was disqualified, so it was down to Adam and me.
'I wasn't about to let the Yugo get outcooled by a faux Mustang.'
Go on, get out of here!
Here they come. I wouldn't brake-check in front of a Yugo, though.
Whoa! That guy almost just crashed into me!
'All I had to do was complete this lap to win,
'but I hadn't counted on the Yugo's legendary design qualities which didn't extend to a gas cap.'
This is awful. I'm spewing gas all over the place.
'So they black-flagged me, giving Adam the win by default.'
You and I, we should be ashamed of ourselves,
letting what is undoubtedly the worst pretend muscle car ever built win anything.
Hey, you bought it for me! At least my car wasn't spewing gas all over the track.
-Yeah, it's still not as bad as the Yugo.
-First of all, the Yugo is very rare and very exotic.
So was typhoid. LAUGHTER
Whatever. I got to drive another very rare and exotic car in Britain recently.
-I assume it was faster than the Yugo.
-Yes, the American manufacturer hasn't found the top speed yet,
so I went over to England to see if I could help them out.
This is England, a place where you can still legally marry a sheep
and home to the world's oldest reigning queen - Sir Elton John.
But not too far from the bustling streets of London...
..there's a car maker that claims to have crafted a vehicle capable
of giving you one of the purest driving experiences imaginable
and by pure, I mean it doesn't have the technology to help you be a better driver.
It can do zero to 60 in 3.7 seconds.
It weighs the same as a Mini Cooper, but has 520 more horsepower.
But what it doesn't have is a confirmed top speed.
That was reason enough for me to hop on a plane.
This is the Noble M600.
If you like super-cars and you've got the means,
you can run down to the Ferrari dealer and get a 458 or maybe the latest Lamborghini, the Aventador.
But if your taste runs on the extra exotic,
what if you want something that will leave those somewhat common Italian super-cars in the dust,
something that only 15 people will be able to buy this year
and that claims to be the best driver car ever built?
Well, then, you're going to need one of these.
If you've never heard of Noble, you're not alone.
It's a small company in a little town outside London and only a dozen or so people work there.
Even though it's based in England, it's owned by an American - Peter Dyson,
who crossed the Atlantic to build his dream.
Its chassis is made of stainless steel and aluminum
and its body is pure carbon fibre.
It has an incredible 650-horsepower, mid-mounted V8 engine developed by Yamaha,
but what it hasn't got is ABS, stability control, paddle shifters, power brakes,
and it only has a wisp of traction control.
So, basically, it is one of the fastest cars around with almost no safety features.
But all that nothing adds up to something.
It's got a stronger power-to-weight ratio than a Bugatti Veyron...
..which is better than most motorcycles.
The Noble does this insane speed so effortlessly,
you don't realise how fast you're going.
..can be flat-out dangerous.
This is not a car for the timid.
It's not much heavier than Lindsay Lohan, but it's ten times as volatile.
Noble has stripped the M600 down to the bare essentials
and it feels like a car that's only a five-point safety harness away from going racing,
but they didn't get so focused with speed and performance that they ignored the interior.
Although minimal, you can tell that they paid attention to the details.
So, basically, the 330,000 you pay for a Noble gets you one of the purest driving experiences around.
To compare, a Ferrari 458, pretty much the pinnacle of super-car engineering,
has Formula One technology that can basically make you ten times the driver that you really are,
whereas this has the Formula One technology of about 1973.
But the great thing about that is that it allows you
to be 100% of the driver you really are.
If you really want to test the limits of your inner driver,
you can take what little control the Noble has completely away.
Maybe we should turn the traction control off.
The traction control switch is a missile launch button from a British fighter jet,
a not so subtle reminder of what kind of hell is about to be unleashed.
Good God, this thing takes so much concentration, but that's what you want in a super-car.
You want it to push your limits as a driver.
That was a 110 mile-an-hour drift!
That's the problem with a car like this. The speeds are just so insane.
Let's put that traction control button...back on.
I was quickly getting a feel for how unforgiving the M600 could be.
One thing was clear. If I was going to push this car to its top speed, I'd keep the traction control on.
But how does all this function compare to other super-cars?
Like the Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera, packed with 570 horses
and capable of zero to 60 in a blistering 3.4 seconds.
Then there's the Audi R8 V10 with 525 horsepower
and a top speed of almost 200 miles an hour.
To find out how the Noble stacked up, I put it against them in a half-mile drag race.
Here's the challenge. I've got two all-wheel-drive cars.
The V10 Audi is ridiculously fast
and the Superleggera is one of the fastest 0 to 60 cars I have ever driven.
Both of these cars will probably take me on the launch.
I'm going to have to focus on not getting too much wheel spin in first, second or even in third gear,
but once we get to fourth gear, the hammer is down.
Three, two, one, go!
The Superleggera is so fast, but I think I've got it now.
That is power-to-weight ratio right there.
That Superleggera has won just about every drag-racing competition that we have entered it in.
But it wasn't fast enough to beat the Noble.
The M600 had proven itself to be a member of the super-car elite.
It's rare, it has an exotic look.
It has insane performance capabilities,
but there is one thing that the M600 still doesn't have -
a confirmed top speed.
My goal was to see how fast I could get the Noble to go.
To do this, I was going to need a lot of space, so I went to a retired US Air Force base.
The perfect location for an American-owned super-car built in England.
Noble estimates the M600 will do 225 miles an hour, but they've only tested it to 205.
We're going to see how close to that 225 number we can get.
We've got 1.7 miles of track.
The most important part for me is the braking point.
With no ABS, traction control or stability control,
if I lock up the brakes at over 200 miles an hour, I'm done.
Having had some time behind the wheel of the M600,
I knew that if I was going to be trying to hit speeds of over 200mph,
I would need to make one minor safety adjustment.
Don't wear skater shoes. I've had to go barefoot just to fit.
All right, this corner is critical for maximum speed on the straight here.
I barely made it through that turn.
That's 160 miles an hour right there!
I have to admit my little pinkie toe is getting stuck in the pedal.
180 and starting to get loud. Whoa!
190 and starting to get blown around a bit.
200. A lot of vibration.
205! It's moving all over the place. Oh, my God! This is scary.
215. That's all she's got. Slow it down.
Slow it down.
Very impressive, my friend, but I was more impressed by the fact that you were barefoot!
-What was that like?
-That was flat-out scary. Like strapping a rocket onto a race car.
Those aren't even street legal in the US yet because they haven't passed the safety regulations.
They're too dangerous for America.
-So it's just like the Yugo, then.
-No, it's nothing like the Yugo, actually.
-It's just like it.
That's a car that shouldn't be allowed in this country. The Yugo is easily America's worst car.
-The Yugo is way better than the Mustang II and the Aztek. That's all that matters.
Well, let's find out.
'After Adam's victory on the track, it was time to put the Mustang II back in its place.
'What better way to prove its crappiness than to challenge him to another race?
'Only this time I'd be on foot.'
-When you cross this...
-..that's the winner.
-Lift 'em up!
-Come on, Tanner. Rev your engine. Go vroom vroom.
Arch your back a little bit. Keep it up. Up a little more.
Right, here we go. 60 feet.
-You did it!
-That car is so uncool that I beat it.
That is pitiful, Adam.
-I don't run very often.
-This is terrible.
-And I blame you cos you picked this car.
-I did. It is the epitome of uncool. I am so happy.
No, it's not. THAT is. You're a stunt driver. Do a stunt in that car. I dare you.
I mean, stunts are cool. If you could do a stunt, that would make your car slightly less uncool.
-Stunt driving has roll cages and stuff.
-What can you do in that?
I could do like a reverse 180, maybe, without it flipping over.
Could you do it blindfolded?
'With Adam's Mustang II shamed, it was time to do the same to Tanner's Yugo.
'I knew he wouldn't be able to turn down the chance to show off.'
-OK, you ready?
Here he goes.
Three miles an hour(!) Topped out in reverse.
He almost flips it!
-What do you think?
-Is that a blindfold or did you join a gang?
-This thing is as nimble as can be.
-In any other car, it would be cool, but in the Yugo...
-It was just awful.
-You said do a stunt. You lost your race. You haven't done anything.
-If it has off road capability, climb that mountain.
-With your tent up.
-With your tent up.
-The goofy back tent?
That's fine, that's fine.
Really. I love watching him fail.
'I headed off to prepare my tent.
'I didn't think it was possible for the Aztek to look any worse.' How will this work?!
'But I was wrong.'
-It looked different in the brochures.
-There you go.
-This is an alternate version.
Thanks a lot.
All right. I'll see you guys at the top. It's supposed to be versatile.
I think this is going to prove it. It may be kind of cool after all.
-Don't let me die in an Aztek. OK!
-Three, two, one, go!
Kiss my Aztek! Come on, come on!
-Put that 185 horsepower to good use.
-Hold on, baby! Oh, come on!
-He's either brave or an idiot!
-Get a little speed up.
-There it is. A little speed.
-This failure is so epic!
-He's going for it!
-Is he going to make it?
-Oh, come on! Come on!
That looks like a good spot to camp.
I think I might be stuck. Let me check.
-Yeah, I'm stuck.
-Right, pack up your tent and meet us back at the track!
I think I killed it.
'We were finally on our way to the auction to find out which car would get the most cash.
'So far, Rutledge's Aztek looked like the worst car in America
'after being disqualified on the track and failing to show any of its off-road capability,
'but it would all come down to this. Who could get the most cash for their car?'
People must just think it's like a comedy of errors here.
They're seeing three of the ugliest cars they've ever seen all at once.
This is like the ugly parade through this neighbourhood.
It's visual overload, for sure.
"Oh, my God! There's a Yugo! Oh, my God! What is that Ford?! Oh, jeez! And an Aztek!"
'On the way, we agreed we could each spend 1,000 on our cars overnight,
'using our failures as inspiration.'
You know you love this thing. It's now an official stunt car.
Pocket rocket, as it were. Completely gutted the interior. Racing seat, roll cage.
-And the five-point harness.
-It's nice you had time to knock off the loose rust.
-I just gave it a quick buff.
-Do anything to the motor?
-Put in a high-flow exhaust.
-You cut it off!
-Functional hood pins on a Yugo.
-I do like the rally stripes on the headlights.
-You mean the electrical tape?
-It's a style.
-You wanna know what the best modification was?
-A gas cap.
-Less is more sometimes. Like that Mustang.
-I didn't think it could get any creepier.
-This is a Shelby paint job.
-OK, I ran out of white.
-It's got some nice metallic in it.
-It sparkles in the sun.
-OK, so if it wasn't creepy enough, you put a skull...
-Little Day of the Dead seat covers.
-And I got a skull shifter.
-Did you take the II off the back?
-Yes, it's marketing.
-Look. There's still a hole where it used to sit.
I'll just put my thumb on it.
-You might confuse somebody - the stripes and the Shelby...
-It's a Shelby. Ish.
I think a serious collector would love this car and we only need one. We only need one.
-What have you done?
-I did exactly what GM should have done and make the Aztek cool.
I cut out the fenders here, painted the plastic black.
Some bead locker. Look at this brush guard!
-This looks like something you'd attack a herd of zombies with.
-From Shaun of the Dead!
No ugly turn signals and tail lights, got my spare tyre on the roof.
-How does it drive with these tyres? OK?
-Uh, pretty good.
-Does it rub?
It rubs...a touch. As long as no one drives it while they're turning. It's great in a straight line.
Gentlemen, let's regroup. The cars are here. It is auction day.
-Whoever sells them for the most money wins.
-Let's get 'em up there, let people check 'em out.
'With only 20 minutes before our cars were up for auction, it was time to drum up some interest.'
-Know who owned this car?
-On the '77 Led Zeppelin tour, he bought this car.
When Jon Bonham died, he couldn't look at it.
It's barely broken in with 140...
-Original paint job?
It was originally done... yesterday.
-Adam told me that somebody had died in your vehicle.
-What the hell?!
You're opening the door to weekend racing. This is a career for somebody waiting to happen.
-What would you think is a deal to take this home today?
-Thousand? Twelve thousand!
Yes! I don't know why I thought you were going to say 1,200.
I thought you meant for the tyres!
Now it's time for Big Star, Small Car. You know our big star from the Harold and Kumar movies.
-I'm glad you're here.
-Thank you, guys.
-All right. Have you ever been on a track before?
-Ah. So this will be your first time. Excited?
-How will you do?
-I think I'm not going to do well.
-I don't drive stick.
That's the only ridicule I get?! That's not so bad. I thought I'd be fully ridiculed.
-Well, let's see how it goes. Mount up. Good luck.
All right. The time to beat is 1.39 set by True Blood's Steven Moyer.
Let's see what Kal can do.
He's heading into the first turn gracefully.
-It's not bad. This is a first - fourth gear into the chicane.
-The man's a trendsetter. Got to pay attention to this part. The teardrop is pretty tricky.
All right. He's in the right gear.
-Didn't sound great.
-That wasn't terrible.
-We're at the halfway point.
-This is my favourite part.
-Kal is middle of the board.
-If he keeps this pace up, he will beat Adam Levine.
-No! Don't do that!
-I totally jinxed that.
-And by jinxed he means dropping the transmission,
which is never a good idea at Cameraman's Corner. He's fighting it the whole way!
Now get on it.
I love the smell of burning clutch in the morning. He's across the line!
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
Kal, come on up!
-You OK? Have a seat, man.
-Thank you, guys.
That was amazing.
Now were you scared, were you excited?
-I wouldn't say scared. More nervous.
-I don't drive stick. I don't know how to drive stick.
-You know now.
-I definitely know now. Absolutely.
And I drive a Prius in real life, so this was awesome.
Hey! Hey! Hey!
-Oh, really? You like dependence on foreign oil?
-Who hurt you that you're punishing yourself?
-I like it, actually.
-I live five miles from where I work.
-And it takes about an hour to get to work.
So, you know, why buy something that goes fast?!
-I was amazed to find out that you're a NASCAR fan.
-And you drive a Prius.
It's crazy, right? I just got into it the last year.
A lot of folks I know in DC were into it. I started watching and learning about the...
-How you actually put 42 cars on a track.
-I thought about that today.
-You were alone.
-I could barely hold it together.
-Was the Stig helpful?
-Very helpful. Yeah, I sat down in the car.
I looked at him and went, "Hey, man. I don't know how to drive stick."
-And you can't see his face, but you just see the helmet move.
-That's when I knew there was a problem.
-You heard his eyes roll.
-I heard it, yes.
-If indeed he has eyes.
-We don't know.
Harold and Kumar movies were great. How do you...prepare for your role?
You know, the same way you prepare for anything else. Both in the first and third one,
Kumar performs gunshot surgery. And so I spent two days at UCLA medical library
-going over gunshot wounds.
-Yes, but I meant the weed. I didn't...
-Here's the deal. This always disappoints people. I don't smoke weed in real life.
AUDIENCE SIGH Hey! That's twice. That's twice.
-Your dependence on foreign weed?
-Let me ask, do you eat White Castle?
-I don't! This is... Look! I don't...
-I bet you're not even Indian!
I tend not to share that. John Cho and I noticed with the first movie and it accentuated with each one
that you never know what people like about it. We thought the first one was a buddy comedy at best.
Maybe a movie about burgers. Then stoners and the Asian-American community got behind it.
He was somewhere and this woman about 40, an Asian-American, said,
"Thank you so much." He thought she'd say for representing Asian-Americans.
She goes, "For representing stoners in a positive light."
And that's what we love. You never know who watches, who likes them.
-And so we love that people think they're stoner movies, buddy comedies, whatever.
-Cast a wide net.
So what has more power - the Prius or the Suzuki?
What kind of power?
Were you in that Suzuki just going, "Whee!"?
-Here's the deal. I think the Suzuki could accelerate faster. I think that's fair.
But my baby can go longer.
That was so creepy!
-You loved it!
-That was great. "My baby can go longer!"
-You're defending your woman. I like that.
-Where do you think you ended up? In what area?
No, no, not up there. Not in the 1:30s.
Or in the... Somewhere in the 1:40 range. I'm gonna say...
-Probably between Dominic and Ed Burns.
-Wow! You're narrowing it down. You've got a laser sight.
-Right around the Ty Burrell mark.
-In this area.
-I think so.
You want to see his time? AUDIENCE: "Yeah!"
-Kal Penn, who learned to drive a stick this morning...
..did it in one...
That's not bad.
'It was auction time and we'd finally find out which one of our cars sold for the most cash.'
Number 1015. 6,000.
'My super-cool, rally-ready Yugo was up first.
'We'd each spent a total of 2,500 bucks. I was looking to make a big profit to beat the Aztek and 'tang.'
I've never sold a Yugo in my life!
It's an '88 Yugo Zastava. It's been professionally raced.
SPEAKS RAPIDLY '88 Yugo. Who'll give 100? 200?
Now five. 500. I got 600. Now seven?
Six half? 650, all through? 650. Last call.
The wheels are worth more than that! It's a Yugo!
Yugo, I go, we all go. 600.
600 last call. Here we go. Last call?
Sold. 600. You bought her. 600.
-How much did you get?
-I don't wanna talk about it!
-'Tanner lost 1,900 on his Communist getaway car.
-'The Yugo was looking certain to be crowned the worst car.'
-Come on! 600?!
Really? It has a roll cage in it!
'It was time for some bona fide American muscle.
'Kind of.' A 1977 Ford Mustang. And it's kind of Shelby-ish.
What is Shelby-ish? It's a race car! How's that?
- It may have been a celebrity-owned classic, but we're not sure... - Eric Clapton!
Eric Clapton owned this car!
Here we go. Help me out.
And we've got 500 bucks here. 600? 500. 600 here.
600, last call. Here we go. Seven.
And 800. Now nine. Now ten.
And eleven. 1,100?
Eleven. All through? 1,000, last call.
At 1,000. Hot rod!
-Somebody died in it! I hear somebody died in it.
1,050. All done? Anybody else? Sold!
1,000. A thousand bucks. Number 502.
'I might have lost 1,500 bucks, but I was in the lead. Now all I needed was Rut to fail.'
-This is the off-road vehicle. Look at this.
-That looks tough!
It's a tough one, guys. And the tent is included. It's got a tent in the back.
It's a neat deal. It's really cool and that is green.
The colour of money. SPEAKS RAPIDLY
I've got 2,000. And one, two, three, four. 25, 26, 27...
31, 32, 3, 4, 5, 36, 37.
Now 38 and 9. Now 4.
Now 41. 42.
42. Last call. The wheel's are worth that. 4,200, last call.
TALKS RAPIDLY All done?
Anybody else? Sold! 4,100. Number 1056.
'I had done the impossible and made my Aztek cool.'
Congratulations, my friend.
-'Tanner and his Yugo came in last as he got 400 bucks less than Adam.'
-What is wrong with you?
-'But Tanner doesn't like losing.'
-Hey, we've got a question.
-There's a guy named Tammer?
-Is that his name? He came up to me and was saying Eric Clapton didn't own this car
-that I bought.
-You can't listen to him. He's selling a Yugo.
On the auction block they announced that. I assumed that was true.
-I bid based upon that.
-That's not cool. Can you prove he owned it?
-Can you prove he didn't? Eric Clapton owned it.
-Can you get me a signature?
-I'm with you, man. That's bull.
-Go pitch your tent.
-I've been doing this many years.
-Eric Clapton, my ass!
-Go pitch your tent.
-I can't. I sold it.
-Let me make a phone call. I'll be right back.
Get that or I want 500.
So let me get this straight. You sold your car under false pretences. Illegal in California.
Doesn't count. I'm not from California.
-And I didn't exactly lie.
-You did! Eric Clapton? I bet he's never even seen a Mustang II.
Did you give him his money back?
-We came to an arrangement.
-For less than the Yugo.
True or false? I made 1,600 bucks, so clearly I'm the winner.
-Did you sell it for less than the Yugo?
-Not the first time.
Aww, that's it! The Mustang II is the worst car in America! That's all we've got time for!
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