If you are expecting to find tips on how to make your semi truck cab pop wheelies . . .
. . . KENWORTH TRUCK STUNT FILM probably is not the film for you. That is, unless you have a time machine sitting around in your garage and feel like going back to the Detroit of the 1900s, when the American know-how to accomplish miraculous vehicle transformations was bursting from the seams of thousands of machine shops crammed together cheek by jowl in Southeastern Michigan, 99% of which have since closed their doors and scattered their wonder tools to the four winds thanks to NAFTA and other trade agreements which have massacred the American working class. Detroit has gone from being a Mecca of automotive engineering ingenuity to a wasteland suitable only for "ruin porn" filming, such as this summer's INTO THE STORM feature. But, when you view KENWORTH TRUCK STUNT FILM, you can catch several glimpses of the U.S. glory days, when we sent people to the moon, built cars with REAL power, and could engineer big trucks capable of the maneuvers seen at the end of LICENSE TO KILL--all without resorting to CGI trickery!
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