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'Now on Top Gear: we set out on an epic journey through the most hostile environment in the country.
'Death Valley.' My motor blew up.
-'To find America's strongest off-roader.'
-Are you OK?
Welcome to Top Gear.
If you're going to be out in the middle of nowhere and had 5,000
to buy the most rugged 4x4 you could, what would you buy?
I heard it right here - a Jeep. That is absolutely it. It's been the standard since the '40s.
OK, you chose a Jeep. Rutledge and I chose differently, but who chose best? Let's find out.
This is the Mojave Desert. 25,000 square miles of snakes, sand, salt and rocks.
One of the harshest environments on Earth and the ideal place to find America's strongest off-roader.
This doesn't look good at all.
Look how flat the lake bed is. This is awesome.
It's just nothing!
'We had each bought a 4x4 online for under 5,000.
'And apparently they were out here waiting for us.
Looks like we're stopping.
I think this is it.
-This is it?
-Where the hell are we?
-Where are the cars?
-I don't know.
-Here, look over here.
-It's gotta be them.
-How far is that?!
-Gentlemen, prepare to be jealous.
-Who got the Jeep?
-You are Daisy Duke!
-Oh, stop it!
If you're going off-road and only have 5,000 bucks, go with a Jeep.
I'd gone for a 1983 CJ7 Renegade, the ultimate rock crawler,
and a design so good it's barely changed since the first Jeep back in the '40s.
-You have to have AC on here.
-That's one thing it didn't have.
-We are in the desert!
-It's a dry heat.
-You're going to get blown away. Death Valley with no doors?!
-The Craigslist ad left out the door.
-What did you get?
-I bought a '94 Ford Bronco XLT.
Back in the '60s, Broncos dominated off-road racing. A big 351 V8 under the hood, this baby has the power
to destroy the others.
Doesn't it worry you that for the same money I get an '83 Jeep and this is 11 years newer
-for the same value?
-I should worry that some idiot took you? No, it doesn't worry me at all.
-What year is it?
-What else happened in '94?
-I know. The OJ chase in a Ford Bronco. I know it's good at slow speeds.
-You bought an OJ Bronco!
-Yes, I did, baby. Know what else it's got? Air conditioning.
You guys need to see a real truck.
'Nothing can beat this 1989 Chevrolet K5 Blazer.
'This 350 V8 is bulletproof and had to be. The military bought 70,000 of these,
'making them Army-tough. Perfect for the challenge ahead.'
If I learned anything from Alaska, Chevys rule off-road.
-And it doesn't matter what they look like.
-The Chevy in Alaska was something of a phenomenon,
-but it was lightweight. That was key.
-This is lighter, smaller.
-This is a tank.
-A short, ugly suburban.
It's everything I need. You know what it does have?
-You guys and your air conditioning!
-Cos you're gonna die.
-This is the challenge.
OK. "To find out which of you has America's toughest off-roader,
"you'll travel 400 miles to Vegas."
-Vegas! Now we're talking!
"To properly test your vehicles, at no point during the first 350 miles
-"can your tyres touch asphalt."
-Wait a minute.
-350 miles off-road?
-You heard it.
-To get to Vegas?
"Your first challenge is a speed test. To see which of your vehicles is fastest, you have a drag race.
"The winner gets first choice of items at the finish."
-Aren't you glad you've got your bikini top?
-That was sort of funny.
'Two miles across the dry lake bed were three trailers,
'our accommodations for the next 400 miles. The drag winner got first choice.'
Here we go. My only concern is I don't want to hit a rut, a rut in the lake bed, at speed
then flip over. That would be bad.
Three! Two! One!
Oh, come on! Already?!
Ha! There we go! There we go!
So long, fellas!
Come on, come on, come on!
'The V8 was giving my Bronco an untouchable lead. What was OJ thinking? Just put the hammer down!'
How's your bikini top now?
I'm losing Tanner in the dust.
Oh, I can't see! It's like Days of Thunder!
Come on, baby! Come on!
-OK, so you get to go first.
-Yes, I do.
'I may have won, but I know as much about trailers as Rutledge knows about salads.
'I had to choose wisely because these trailers were going to be our homes.'
-The Barbie dream trailer. Aerodynamic, but ugly.
-The pink teardrop. Classic American trailer.
Look in there.
-Does this go up?
-It's a pop-up. I see these at NASCAR tracks.
-It's a gamble. If it doesn't go up, you're...
-What is this?
-An off-road trailer.
-It appears they're all...
-Crap. All right, fellas.
After careful consideration, I think I'll take the pop-up.
-'Since I came in second, I had the next choice.'
I'll never pull this up the hill. Looks heavy, but I gotta take it.
-Really? I get the pink teardrop?
-There's no way I could fit in there.
-That's half the fun.
Our epic journey would start here in the heart of the Mojave Desert.
We'd head across Death Valley to Mount Charleston
and then back on pavement for the final journey to Vegas.
Our 4x4s would have to overcome extreme terrain,
from perilous rocky passes to great seas of sand dunes. Then there was Death Valley,
home to the second-highest recorded temperature on Earth - 134 degrees.
This would be Vegas the hard way.
We were up and running. The next challenge was to make it to the ghost town of Ballarat,
100 miles away. This gave us the chance to get to know our trucks and trailers.
Everything about this Jeep is made for off-roading. The suspension...
I mean, it's not good at speed going over bumps, but rock crawling, for articulation,
the wheel base, all that kind of stuff. Perfect. Even the engine design.
The inline six is just an unstoppable force.
I always wanted a K5 Blazer because you knew it would be tough.
I think this is the best off-roader because it doesn't have a lot of bells and whistles.
It's a strong 4x4 with a strong V8 in it.
I didn't say fast, I said strong.
This car rides great for a '94 with 219,000 miles on it.
Power everything. And it works. Power windows.
Look at that. Power door locks.
A big 351, which destroyed them in the drag race.
And air conditioning. You need that in DEATH Valley.
Adam made a conservative choice on picking the pop-up.
It weighs less than Tanner's trailer, but it still weighs a ton.
Tanner made a bad choice. That off-road one has ground clearance, but I bet it weighs 1,500lbs.
It's all steel. Why did you pick that?!
My trailer's more off-roadworthy than the Jeep! But it is heavy as can be.
'Three hours later, we arrived at Ballarat and set up camp.
-'Our first night in the wilderness with our new trailers.'
-Damn this thing!
-You need some help?
-Just a bit of weight on the nose.
-Thank you! No!
-This trailer weighs nothing!
-You see these rocks he's got on here?
-Guys, not again! Come on!
-Where are we taking him?
-Guys! Seriously, just take me back.
-Please just take me back!
-'My trailer had problems, but at least it didn't require assembly.'
-There it is.
Hey, fellas, I think the three of us have to lift this up at once.
Hold it, hold it! Get it right!
'I'd clearly chosen the best trailer. The other two would be lucky to get halfway to Vegas.'
-Are you OK?!
-Are you OK?
Fellas, in the morning, Death Valley.
-Sleep tight in the pimple.
Oh, sh...! Oh, really?!
You all right?
What the hell?!
Rise and shine, fellas. You up yet?
In the morning to pick up some supplies we went to the shopping district of downtown Ballarat.
Population: three. One of the shacks appeared to be a general store.
It was soon apparent that this wasn't your average store.
-Morning, sir. How are you?
-Oh, pretty good.
-We need to head over those mountains. What do you have in the way of food?
-Some cans over here.
-And then I've got some stuff in there.
-Do you have any meat?
-Yeah, I've got some meat.
-I got some burro meat.
-Yeah, better take that with you.
'We cleared out the store of food and water, but we had a problem - none of us had a stove to cook on.
'So we had to improvise. I took the beans, Adam the vegetables and Rut prepared the burro meat.'
That is fresh.
-This is so not the first time that you've done this.
-Gently place it over the intake manifold.
On there correctly.
I think we are all set there. What time do you guys want to eat?
'With dinner in the oven, we set out for the next stage.
'Our 4x4s faced a dangerous, rough and rocky 30-mile mountain pass
'that would take us down into Death Valley.'
As long as it's smooth road like this, it shouldn't be a problem,
but if it gets really rough, this Jeep will be brutal.
Look at this.
This doesn't look good.
Oh, man. This looks scary.
'Steep canyons towered above us.'
-'This was a different type of off-roading altogether.'
Hold on, guys. There's a tricky bit up here. This looks nasty.
'The rocks were wet with snow melt from the peaks above.
'With limited grip, the trailer becomes basically an anchor.
'This was our first true test and I needed a guinea pig.
-'An over-confident New Yorker was first in line.'
-If OJ can get over on 12 jurors, he can do this.
-Am I clear to go?
Come on! Get on up! There you go. Get up, baby!
-You might want to back up a little.
This is more fun than you could possibly imagine to watch.
Come on! Get on up there! There you go!
Oh! Was that the rear end?
Listen, fellas, I have always yielded to your automotive knowledge and skill. I'm no genius,
-but I don't think that's supposed to happen.
-That is how you break a rear end.
'Now it was time for my Jeep Renegade to show the other guys how it's done.'
-You guys good?
He's got the gear!
Come on, come on!
-There it is.
-There you go. That's a mess.
-Oh, my gosh!
-He's gonna do it!
Yeah! That's what I'm talking about!
-Daisy Duke did it.
-What the hell?!
How was that physically possible? No way. Unbelievable.
Jeep rules. What can I say?
It's the Blazer's time to shine.
This is it.
I know it's going to beat the Bronco since the Bronco died. I'm going to dig in and let it fight.
-And then slowly accelerate...
-Go, go, go, go, go, go!
-I'm gonna need a winch.
-So you're basically saying, "OK, my truck fails."
-I'm still working, so technically I beat the Bronco.
-No, you haven't!
-I got up. Eventually.
-Second place is first loser.
I can do it. This is it. This is the one.
All right, give me everything you've got. Let's go. Here it is.
Here it is! Go, go, go, go, go, go!
Look at the trailer!
This took a long time. The ones with four wheels should hit the road.
-Uh, me and you.
Yeah, we'll see you, Adam.
-"I think I'm gonna need a winch."
-Watch out for coyotes.
You don't think we should feel bad about leaving Adam in the canyon?
No. It's done.
'With Adam out of the picture, it was Jeep versus Blazer.
'As we climbed higher into the mountains, we passed ancient mines haunted by men chasing their dreams.
'And abandoned cars rusting back into the earth they came from. This was no place to get stuck.
'This was a place for a real 4x4.
'My Jeep was leading the way. Nothing could stop this off-road monster.'
Whoa! Big drop.
OK, here's the ground clearance test.
My God, this thing is so awesome!
That is painful.
-Do I even still have a trailer back there?
Whoa! Holy sh...!
Oh, that's steep!
I am constantly amazed by this Jeep.
'We were getting to the top when my chances of victory suddenly improved.'
I think my motor just blew up. Did you hear that?
Yeah. What was that?
-It sounded like a gun went off.
-I thought a gun did go off.
-OK, my Jeep just stopped.
-This is unfortunate.
-It pulled the plug out, didn't it?
Oh, if dinner shorted something in my Jeep, I'm gonna be pissed.
I didn't want that stuff in there.
-I'm not sure what's funny.
-I can't believe that happened!
Oh, shoot. The can did burst, yes, and fused the wires to the top of the can.
Oh, God. Oh...
'It was really tragic to see the Jeep in this condition.
'I wanted to do everything I could to help.' Oh, gosh! That's hot!
That's hot. At least it's pretty good at cooking. Do you have anything I could try this with?
Mm! Your Jeep is delicious.
Is this your first time cooking and driving?
-I bet Adam can make a mean pasta sauce. Cos he's Italian.
-Yeah, I got that.
'My wiring was screwed. Luckily, I could hot wire myself out of listening to Rutledge's small talk.'
By nightfall, the Jeep and the Blazer had made it 30 miles up and over the pass.
In the morning, we would drive down below sea level to Death Valley.
Now it was time to eat with what remained from Rutledge's engine cooking experiment.
Oh, oh, oh, I got it, I got it!
-I don't think you can eat that if it's burnt.
-It'll be fine.
Oh, my gosh, that does not look good
Is it supposed to look like artichoke heart?
It kind of looks like a turd.
It smells a lot like engine oil.
Waft it, waft it. TANNER COUGHS
-That's not right.
-What other options do we have here, dude?
-Where are the vegetables?
They're on the Bronco, aren't they? Adam was in charge of the vegetables
-He's probably dining right now.
-Having some carrots, potatoes, zucchini.
-And look at us.
I'll go if you will.
God, it's terrible.
-I don't think I'm going to eat this.
-That was gross.
'We had camped high in the hills above Death Valley.
'But as the sun rose and began cooking the valley below,
'a low rumbling drowned out Rutledge's snoring.'
Where's the big girl?
I thought it was an earthquake.
-Where did you come from?
-The canyon where you left me to die.
-Look at this!
-What did you do?
-The tyre was falling off, so you put...
-It's a support to keep it in.
-It was broke and now it's not.
-You don't have four-wheel drive any more
I got two-wheel drive or front-wheel drive. It's rare. Let's go!
I could use some coffee and a pair of pants.
I could use a time machine to get this image out of my mind.
You know how tough this Ford is? Even I can't kill it.
Snapped an axle, patched it back together, keep going.
This Blazer is the best four by four in America.
I don't know how Rutledge can say his car's done super well. He didn't want to climb that rock.
He wanted to winch up the rock face.
Adam and I had to talk him into driving his Blazer up the rock face.
He should get some points off for that.
'Today, our challenge was to take our trucks 70 miles across Death Valley to the Nevada state line.
'And our moods weren't improving.
'We couldn't agree on anything -
'who had the best four by four, who was winning, even directions.'
Which way do we go now?
-That's not a good omen, is it?
-No, that's like the bird of death.
-Let's take it as a sign. The crow is on that side. It equals death. Let's go that way.
-I like your thinking.
You know what's great about this trip? We came out here to find America's best four by four.
-Would you say that Adam's truck still qualifies?
-Not at all.
-It's still going. It's the best off-road vehicle.
-That's two-wheel drive.
-It's still kicking your ass.
Nothing has kicked the Blazer's ass. I picked the best-looking vehicle...
'Rutledge would not shut up about his Blazer.
'It was time to bring him down a notch.'
This has no place being here, but mine only has front-wheel drive and I'm still keeping up.
Hey, Rut, so you really can't feel that trailer back there, huh?
Not at all. It's like a feather.
Can you drive over the edge of the road here like I'm doing right now?
Oh, yeah, let me try.
Yeah, no problem at all.
Can you swing the trailer back and forth? That's the nice thing about a heavy trailer. I can drift it.
All right, here, I'll try.
ADAM AND TANNER LAUGH
Oh, look at that! That can't be good.
'My pink teardrop was shattered and I was now trailer-less.
'But something just didn't add up.'
You didn't mess with my trailer at all, right?
I'm thinking you guys are really jealous because you had a lot of problems with the Jeep
and the axle on the Bronco and the Blazer has been perfect the whole time.
So I'm thinking maybe someone sabotaged me.
-MIMICS RADIO INTERFERENCE:
..on my radio. I don't know if you can...eh...er...
'My plan had worked
'and only my Jeep and trailer made it all the way through Death Valley unscathed,
'followed by two homeless guys with bad vehicle choices.
'But my triumph was short-lived
'because the route ahead was blocked by massive sand dunes.
'If we couldn't find a way through them, our mission would be over.'
-Gentlemen, it's time to buckle up for this.
Oh, my gosh. They're huge!
It's like driving in a giant litter box. They're ten storeys tall at least.
-Just drive over it!
I have an aggressive driving style and I see no reason to stop now,
so hammer down and straight up the hill!
Come on, wheel, hang on!
-Here we go.
'While Adam was wasting his time, I found a route through the sand dunes and took off on my own.
'Sure enough, like two lost sheep, the other two followed.'
That was fun!
Oh, man, this keeps going!
'This was perfect four by four territory, or two by four if you're Adam.'
-Go, go, go! Come on, come on, come on! Yeah, good girl!
Keep it going. Come on, baby, come on! It's all downhill from here.
-Adam, you look stuck.
A lot of people find it hard to get stuck that quickly, but not Adam.
Give me a push from behind and I'll roll right down.
-'I wasn't going to help the Bronco, so we took off and left Adam to work it out himself.'
-Come on! Damn!
Where do we go now? There's another one.
I was wrong, Blazer. You do still have some suspension.
Wow, this is cool here.
This is the coolest trip ever.
'An hour later, Adam caught up to us in his battered Bronco and we made our way to the Nevada state line.
'We had crossed the worst of the wilderness and were only 50 miles from pavement.
'The Bronco was on its last leg,
'but my Chevy was holding tough.
'Adam and I spent the night in our trucks tossing and turning
'while Tanner slept peacefully in his trailer,
'but we knew in the morning the worst would be behind us.
'But as the sun rose, we faced another obstacle - asphalt.'
We can't touch the road.
I'll have to see if there's a way round this road.
'We looked for an hour, but all roads led to dead ends.
'To make it to the finish, we'd have to get creative.'
-I don't know if there's any way around this one.
-I don't think there is.
-Vegas is straight that way.
'To succeed, our tyres could not touch asphalt until we reached Mount Charleston.'
-I got a plan.
-All right. 'Tanner was eager to show off his higher education.'
What in the world is your plan?
Going through the dunes kind of inspired me.
The Pharaohs, when they were doing their work, they used this ingenious system of rollers.
-You'll roll your truck over this system?
-There's lots of junk lying around here. It's all gold.
There's no way in hell that'll work.
You guys with your lack of vision, your Ford Bronco and your Blazer...
I measured the wheel base with the shadow and went fingertips to wrist...
All right, I think we're ready.
-Looks like you're doing a DUI test.
-Just lean your head back.
'With Vegas only 100 miles away, I hated to leave my trailer and risk it,
'but there was no other way.'
I have no idea if this is going to work, but it's the only shot I can take here.
A show-off with four wheels!
-OK, I might need a little help getting off the ground.
-You're not going to push it now?
-Give me some help.
-Holy crap! That is unbelievable.
-No way! This is working!
-Hold on. Push.
'Just like the ancient Pharaohs, I enlisted the common man to do my work.'
-Keep it coming!
-Yeah, we'll push(!)
I'm pulling hard. One, two, three, push!
Push! Go, go!
It's working. OK, push!
In neutral. Gentlemen...
-Witness the sweet vision of victory.
'Adam's plan was about as subtle as you'd expect from a New Yorker.'
I'll take the Bronco, go up this ridge here and flip it on its side,
then I'll take the winch and pull it right across.
-You're going to winch it across?
How's that going to work?
Here we go. I know this will scratch the paint, but this is tough enough to take it.
Dear Lord! Please don't let this kill him!
They can't do this in a Jeep or a Chevy. This is a Bronco.
-Oh, he's going fast.
Slow it down, slow it down.
-Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!
-That's not good.
Easy, killer! Whoa!
Whoa, whoa, whoa! Stop!
There we go, almost there.
Are you OK?
How are you doing? Come on out of there.
-Are you OK?
-Yeah. I didn't count on that.
I told you it could take it.
That's true. Do you have the controller for your winch?
-You could have just borrowed mine, but this is much better.
-Are you OK in there?
Right, before I get out, do we need anything else?
'As far as I was concerned, I was still following the rules.
'We were told our tyres couldn't touch pavement.
'It didn't say anything about using the side of the truck.'
-Nice and easy.
-Oh, look at that!
-Yeah, that's it.
That is the most ridiculous thing I have ever seen.
Oh, that ChapStick's hot!
-This is just cosmetic.
-This'll be fine.
-Oh, my God!
-You've ruined it.
-It's not ruined. You put in a piece of glass, paint this up, it's fine.
-This is America's most ruined formerly four by four, now two by four.
-Look how tough this is!
-It looks so sad.
-It's Ford tough, baby. Come on!
'Just when I thought I'd seen the worst idea, it was Rutledge's turn.'
Good. I could use a hand. I've found three pieces of carpet and I've attached them together.
I need help lifting the last piece, I'll attach it like a big tank track and drive on over to the other side.
Excuse me, Patton, have you thought about how you're going to see?
-Yeah. I got it now. It was just a tiny glitch I wasn't thinking about.
-All right, Blazer, you haven't let m down yet.
-Patton, let the tank run!
-Don't let me down now.
Mr Big Hammer, Big Hammer, go!
How... No way is that working.
It's work... There you go. Wait.
-Don't get in front of me.
-You'll touch right there.
What?! There's no way this is working. You're about to touch again.
-Oh, dear, I lost my hat! Am I across? I can't tell.
-No, you're not across yet. Keep going.
Full throttle! Turn right!
Wow, I made it!
You've got to be kidding me!
I told you it would work!
Who's the best four by four in the country?
An '89 Blazer, that's who!
'Somehow, their two ridiculous ideas worked and we were off.'
Good God, Adam, you've got some smok coming through there!
'Adam's great plan left engine oil in all the wrong places, but somehow the Bronco was still working.'
I can't see anything behind!
'From here, using dirt roads and berms along the pavement, it was an easy trek to Mount Charleston
'where we'd finally be allowed back on pavement for our next challenge.'
'By dawn, we had made it up the trail to Mount Charleston,
'a snowy peak towering nearly 12,000 feet above Las Vegas.
'We were allowed back on asphalt, ready for our last challenge.'
"Gentlemen, from now on, you can drive on paved roads, but it won't be easy.
"Your final destination - Trump International Hotel, Las Vegas."
-"You each have three gallons of gas to make it there.
"It is 52 miles away and the first to Trump Tower gets the presidential suite."
-Presidents stay there!
The Blazer gets 14 miles a gallon. That's 42 miles, so we're going to be ten miles short.
-And you all won't do any better.
-The good news? It's downhill.
-I got an idea.
-Me too. Let's mount up.
This'll work, this'll work.
Seriously, it's downhill.
'I knew the key to getting good gas mileage was smart driving technique.
'As for the other two, God only knows what they'd come up with.'
Those guys have completely trashed their trucks.
-What in the hell have you done to your truck?
-I've removed the excess weight.
-You've removed the excess truck.
-Yeah. It weighs nothing now.
-You just want it to look like a Jeep.
-You've also got worse aerodynamics.
-You've got a giant playhouse on your truck.
-It's a boat tail.
-Looks like an RV for homeless people.
'Modelled after the back of a boat, my Blazer would cut through the wind like, well, a boat through water.'
Look at this. I've got my safety flag for one. Look at this. It's so aerodynamic.
You've added 300 pounds of duct tape! I had a nap. Ready for the drive?
-You didn't do anything?
-You've done nothing?
-It's good the way it sits.
Wow, this is not going to work!
All right, fellas, first one there - the presidential suite!
-Are you ready?
-Where's he going?
-Later! I got another plan.
'We were off to a screaming start.'
'I decided to use the Jeep for what it's best at - off-roading.'
There's no way Adam's going to get to Vegas in that piece of crap.
He'll blow a tyre, an engine, something.
Hell, he might roll it.
He came down the mountain?
Tanner will drive too fast and run out of gas too quick,
then me and the boat-tail Blazer come sailing through!
We got a big downhill, fellas. See ya!
'Adam rode his brakes, afraid that too much friction on his axle repair job would cause his tyre to blow
'while we let gravity save gas.'
Yeah, it's like a roller-coaster!
Ohh! Can you go any faster?
-The boat-tail's officially drafting!
-Adam, can you still hear us?
I just lost my hat!
'20 minutes later, we had reached the bottom of the mountain.'
-There it goes.
'My tyre was shredded and to save weight, I had dumped the spare.'
'The Bronco gave me everything it had, but OJ was finished.'
I'm going to go back and get my hat!
'With Adam's Bronco out again, it was back to Jeep versus Blazer.
'My gas tank was almost empty, but then...' There it is.
'With 15 miles to the Trump Casino, I knew all I had to do to win was wait for Tanner and the Jeep
'to get bored with hyper-miling.'
-Why are you going at 40mph? This is killing me.
-I went 400 miles off road. I won't lose the challenge now
-The Blazer will win.
-I'm out of here!
-All right, I hope you don't run out of gas!
We're going for it now!
This little Jeep is doing awesome, 65 miles an hour, humming along!
You know, it's just like Tanner to take off.
It's tortoise and the hare.
Cars always get better gas mileage at slow speeds, so I think 45 is a good speed to run for this.
This hyper-miling stuff is lame.
Lame, lame, lame.
The car's dying, the car's dying.
Oh, I see it, I see the Trump!
How did the needle get pegged so low, so fast?
'Now on the Strip and only two miles away, I still had to conserve fuel.
'Meanwhile Tanner's aggressive driving had cost him.'
What are those guys handing out? Are those trading cards?
Easy on the throttle. Feather it, feather it.
I can see it right there.
That's it. We're ditching it.
Oh, oh, it is spluttering.
One more light. That's all I need.
Oh, there it is!
I'm at the drop-off.
I made it, I made it, I made it, I made it!
Hey, take care of this thing.
-Last time I was here, somebody put a boat tail on it.
-I'll take care of it.
-Thank you. You're a good man.
CHEERING That's right, that's right.
Give it up for the Blazer, America's most awesome four by four!
It's not about "awesome". It's about "tough". That Bronco is still going after that beating.
That thing is going nowhere.
It was fast, it was like a red rocket flying through the air,
but the Jeep towed the heaviest trailer through the desert.
-It's the toughest.
-It's allergic to beans, but it's pretty tough.
Neither of them made it to the Trump Tower in Vegas
which is what the challenge was. The Blazer did.
End of story. I win. Thanks for watching!