Last Call: Witness the definition of “full send”

There’s a spectrum of send. You have no send on one end and full send on the other. This is a full send. And, now he gets to join Jeff in the I launched my car into the air club. Very impressive!

Last Call indicates the end of Hooniverse’s broadcast day. It’s meant to be an open forum for anyone and anything. Thread jacking is not only accepted, but it’s also encouraged.

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8 responses to “Last Call: Witness the definition of “full send””

  1. Zentropy Avatar

    Dang, that was ballsy.

    On an unrelated note– unless you are reminded here of the ridiculously implausible “Eleanor jump” at the end of Gone in 60 Seconds— I was thinking about the B is For Build retro-conversion article again. While IMO the 1967-68 Mustang is the pinnacle of the marque, I’ve had a strong interest recently in the less-loved ’71-’73 models. They’re sort of the “Jumpsuit Elvis” of the first generation, and are admittedly overweight and clumsy compared to the original ’65. But, there’s something I like about them, so for fun I photoshopped what I’m calling a “19…72” Mustang, starting with a 2019 model and adding 1972 elements.

    1. crank_case Avatar

      Looks more like a modernized AMC Javelin to my eyers, not that that’s a bad thing.

    2. 0A5599 Avatar

      It has long puzzled me that the 1965 Mustang is considered part of the same generation as the larger, heavier 1971 Mustang, but a 1980 Dodge D150 pickup is considered an entirely different series than a 1981 Dodge Ram D150 pickup that is dimensionally similar to its predecessor and with which substantially all parts will interchange to some extent.

      I think the author of Wikipedia should be fired.

      1. nanoop Avatar

        Chances are, he is.

    3. outback_ute Avatar

      Needs moar front overhang.

      Perhaps Chris should have done the jump before handing the car over?

      1. Zentropy Avatar

        I agree on the front overhang. It was getting late and I didn’t want to invest in re-contouring the hoodlines, and was also afraid that the longer snout would conflict with the modern proportions of the newer car. But you’re right, it doesn’t have the retro look without it.

        1. outback_ute Avatar

          There is definitely a lot of room for improvement in the 71-73 Stangs.

    4. Sjalabais Avatar

      It looks good. The front fascia has a Honda e kind of retro vibe to it. Still a fat one, but that is expected here.