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August 8, 2007

Jet Engine School Bus

at 5:16 am. Filed under Funny Hacks, Insane Equipment, What Were They Thinking

They didn’t make buses like this when I was going to school. 🙂 After the jet engine got crammed in there I bet there is still room for 2 or 3 people making this a nicely versatile vehicle. The video after the jump is an example of what could be done with the regular school buses.

 


 


 

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24 Responses to “Jet Engine School Bus”

  1. Adrian Says:

    What a waste of time, money, fuel and oxygen.

  2. rifter Says:

    What does it do other than sound loud and look semi-cool? I was expecting to at least see it move a few feet.

  3. @ Adrian Says:

    Couldnt agree more.

  4. Marks256 Says:

    I agree with Adrian. I wanted to see it move!

  5. svengali Says:

    ^ +1

  6. Miguel Says:

    I couldnt agree more
    peice of crap didnt even move
    more like a giant yellow torch filled with kids

  7. Gh0sTly Says:

    HEY!!! Kil-Kare Raceway! Thats about 20 minutes from my house! awesome!

  8. hmmmm Says:

    i watched the whole video expecting it to at least move! Was watching some tool rev his engine becuase he thought he was cool!

  9. Ben Says:

    WTF..?!! The clip was like about 6 minutes and it only shown flame, smoke and noise without even moving..?!! I can do that with my bicycle load with fire crackers and it still moves with way less cost…

  10. Gman Says:

    Why doesn’t it move?!

  11. Alan Parekh Says:

    Anyone have a home video of this thing on the move? I can’t seem to be able to find any more footage of this thing online…

  12. @ Alan Says:

    http://www.dumpert.nl/mediabase/16889/bdf3ec9a/snelle_schoolbus.html
    There you go 🙂

  13. Alan Parekh Says:

    Thanks for the video, not the same school bus but looks just as wild.

  14. AuroraAlpha Says:

    Not the same school bus, and that one doesn’t’ appear to have a jet engine, so it moving isn’t that surprising (just a big motor to do wheelies with). Anyone have footage of a school bus, with a jet, moving? Because so far it seems to be:
    Useless:2
    Functional: 0

  15. mrmeval Says:

    WASTEOID!
    Come on post something useful.

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  19. george Says:

    what a stupid moron idea,where did you get it in your damn school,where is it?

  20. paul Says:

    Of course it didn’t move, the bus runs on kids, not jet fuel. You gotta burn them little cruds up in order to get any distance. The bus was empty.

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