For centuries, human kind has pondered the answers to life’s burning questions: How was earth created? Are we alone in the universe? And, crucially, does a lawn mower fit in the back of a Chevrolet Corvette ZR1?
While humans will continue to debate and seek more evidence (space crabs!) for the first two questions, we are happy to tell you that, yes, a lawn mower can technically fit in the back of a Corvette fitted with a supercharged 6.2L LS9 good for 638 hp. Sort of.
We can also tell you that, like Kyle Loftis, the guy behind 1320 Video and proud owner of the white ZR1, people tend to get mad when you steal their cars and return them with a dirty lawn mower in the trunk.
Truthfully, there’s no real point to the video. A peculiar character who calls himself Cleetus McFarland stops by Loftis’ house and asks to pick up lunch for the crew, who clearly want nothing but to simply rid themselves of the walking distraction.
“Take the Chevy,” says Loftis.
Our theatrical protagonist, who inexplicably speaks with an over-the-top Sourthern drawl, then takes the opportunity to bend his friend’s word and grabs the keys to the ZR1, not the Chevrolet Suburban also parked a few feet down the driveway.
He drives a few blocks and suddenly spots a lawn mower on the side of the road and, for whatever reason, throws it in the back while the hatch is still open and heads back to base.
He returns to find Lofis is– surprise, surprise– infuriated at his stupidity. Our goofy-lipped hero is then kicked off the property. “Well, it was another great day here in America,” he says, strolling away.
Next question. But fair warning, the language in the video is NSFW, or echoing toddlers.