I will not, under any circumstances, explain how I managed to end up in trouble during my military career that put me on extra duty for a month and a half. Some of you military types can come up with your own ideas. But while I was mopping floors and moving crap back and forth for no particular reason, I got to hear a story from a sergeant about how he had managed to load a Ford ZX2 into the back of a U-haul van with the rest of his household crap during one of his cross-country moves, and I remember wondering just how in the hell did he manage to get the car up and into the truck. A ZX2 will fit in a bigger box truck fine…but having a system to get the car into the truck is something else altogether. Unfortunately, there’s a lot of redneck engineering that goes into the solution for something like that, and we got footage of a similar system failing. The late-model Mustang being loaded has plenty of torque to move the car up and into the truck, and it even looks like it’ll fit just fine. But instead of keeping momentum, he stops the car just short of “job finished”, then for whatever reason he had, tries a hard launch. You can imagine what happens from here, can’t you?