Crazed Internet Car Reviewer Tackles the Ultimate American Truck (VIDEO)

Regular Car Reviews is back after a brief holiday hiatus, and for their big return the internet’s weirdest car show is tackling the ultimate American truck: the 2006 Ford F-150 Supercab.

The review centers on identity, albeit as filtered through such comedic observations as “people trying too hard to be country” and “truck drivers who are knife enthusiasts, for some reason”. It’s the story of a truck that instills a certain sense of power in the consumer, as Mr. Regular talks about how people tend to make way for a massive, hulking behemoth like the F-150 Supercab. “A short, pink, balding man with a belly only a union could grow, and a dry disposition, can still feel like the ruler of a small country in an F-150,” Mr. Regular declares. “In some ways, it’s exhilarating. And in other ways, it’s sobering like the ending to Ethan Frome or the realization that at the end of the day, a truck can only fuel an identity. It can’t be the identity.” It’s an insightful review, even while Mr. Regular is cracking jokes about body hair serving as legal currency. Granted, it’s probably not for everyone, but it’s definitely worth a look. Watch the video below:

Crazed Internet Car Reviewer Tackles the Ultimate American Truck (VIDEO)

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