It was a scary moment on a highway north of Boston when an ax smashed through the windshield of a car.
It's no secret that automotive designers build large clay models of their cars while working out a final design. But let us axe you something: What happens when a design is approved and the car is put into production? Deconstruction. And boy, it sure looks like fun.
We've said it once and we'll say it again: When it comes to pranks, we defer to the infallible wisdom of the prophet Vincent Vega, who once said, "Don't f*** with another man's vehicle." The reasons are innumerable and shouldn't require listing here, but in case you need a refresher, allow us to direct your attention to the video after the jump.
The writing's on the wall for Ford's pseudo luxury brand Mercury, which is now tipped to face extinction within the next couple of years. Flagging sales and no major new products in the pipeline mean Ford execs are likely to close the book on Mercury for good, and it could happen as early as 2012. Both industry experts and Mercury's own dealers are predicting the brand won't be around much longer. In fact, a recent survey of 125 dealers found that nearly four out of every five dealers were conce