Busy Season Zen: Classical Car Crushing

A couple of years ago, Car and Driver ran a 5-episode series on its YouTube channel called The Destruction Hour. As you might expect, it's just 60 minutes of cars being crushed at a junkyard. They do manage to get through quite a number of cars in one hour, however.

It's a little tedious to watch it at normal speed so jump to 49:18 for the sped-up version set to some nice violin music. If you prefer the real speed with sounds of shattering glass, whining machinery, back-up beeping and whatnot, just start at the beginning. Have a great rest of this final Wednesday in February. 

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