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Trailer Load Fail with a ’65 Mustang

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Watch a ?65 Mustang lose half of its value in this trailer load fail.

So, if any of you really like a ’65 Mustang, then this video may be the hardest video you’ll watch today. This poor guy had one job to do; a job he does day in and day out. Jury is still out if this guy had an axe to grind with the owner.

In typical YouTube fashion, many comments ranged from the practical to the absurd. Some of the more practical suggestions include the use of a winch, removal of its slicks, an outer ramp lip, and acceleration method on the way up the ramp.

Photo Credit: Mustangs and Fords

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