JL421 Badonkadonk Land Cruiser/Tank

Tank

"Features:

-Carries cargo or a crew of up to five internally or on the roof.
-Piloted from within the armored shell or from an exposed standing position
through the hatch.
-6hp Tecumseh gasoline engine, top speed 40 mph.
-Includes head/tail and turn signal lights, trim and underbody lighting.
-400 watt premium sound with PA system, plush interior, and external camera."

JL421 Badonkadonk Land Cruiser/Tank
By NAO Design
$19,999.95
Available at Amazon

Reviewer:
"I feel like a superhero with this tank. Whenever a jerk won’t let a
little old lady cross the street, it’s easy to wipe out the offending
vehicle, and believe me, everyone else stops after that! There are also no problems with tailgaters; the rear vaporizer just makes them disappear."

[Tanks JC. I mean, thanks!]

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8 Responses to JL421 Badonkadonk Land Cruiser/Tank

  1. antigone says:

    This is a joke, right? The reviews have to be faked, no one is that crazy. And I can’t believe its legal to drive such a monster on a regular street, even if it is in the US. I can’t believe there are people who spend 20,000 on something like this.
    Tell me its a joke. Please!

  2. dagmar lipovics says:

    If you go to Amazon.com it *is* listed there and they don’t usually do jokes, so it may well be real. Notice too what other people who viewed this link looked at besides this little item

  3. dagmar lipovics says:

    The reviews are obviously a joke, but I don’t think the tank is. If you go to Amazon.com it *is* listed there and they don’t usually do jokes, so it may well be real. Notice too what other people who viewed this link looked at besides this little item.

  4. 6 h.p. rototiller motor, 1100 pounds empty weight. The only way this thing is going to get up to 40 mph with five typical geeks on board is with a long downhill run on smooth pavement, with a tailwind. It’s not street legal, maybe the way to find those conditions is on a ski jump.

  5. Chris says:

    Did you happen to save the old reviews that appeared on Amazon’s page? Most of the good ones have disappeared, but I remember having my entire family rolling on the floor while reading some of the reviews–especially the one from the guy who claimed he owned a textile mill and found it useful as a giant iron. :-) (I think the review that you posted above was one of the originals that was removed, too.)

    If you have a text, PDF or whatever copy of the web page before Amazon remove the good ones, I’d totally love it! Post a link to it here, or at least email it to me…

    (Losing those reviews is what made me purchase HistoryHound, a shareware program for the Mac that keeps a searchable history of all the sites you’ve ever visited. Yes, the archive gets large, but I can always retrieve old pages like this!)

  6. IL Postino says:

    Sorry Chris, we missed that one. Tried searching but most are just links to that Amazon page.

  7. BillZ260 says:

    It’s real, just saw it on a show called “GEAR” seems cool enough, but for 20K I’d rather build my own w/ a steam feature…

  8. bob says:

    Theres a new donk in town

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