I Bought 2 Cheap American Land Yachts Because I’ve Lost All Self Control. THIS IS A CRY FOR HELP!

18 sep 2020
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  • Hey ! these cars do look comfy and definitely have a certain appeal ! Nevertheless they are gas thirsty and not adapted to anything else than long straight flat American roads, I think that is why cars became more sporty, because roads around the world demand it ;-)

    Yo CharlieYo CharliePirms 2 Stundām
  • He missed a key point regarding the Wagoneer/Grand Wagoneer.....they're body on frame. They'll sell for that reason alone.

    Rob KRob KPirms dienas
  • Lincoln made the closest thing to one of these with the newest Continental, though it was fwd based. It's too bad they ended production.

    michael marinmichael marinPirms 3 dienām
  • The problem with these cars is that they weigh too much and aren't aerodynamic at all. This means that it's really hard for car manufacturers to make a care that meets modern gas mileage standards. It's also just a lot of material, so it's going to be more money than a tiny little sedan. See the cost of a new Chevy Impala as an example of a big sedan for price.

    AK32AK32Pirms 5 dienām
  • This is why everything needs to open back up completely. American small businesses are going under QUICKLY. Stop the paranoia and mass hysteria. Open everything back up.

    BornIn1500BornIn1500Pirms 6 dienām
  • All I could think when I saw the Chrysler was Mike from breaking bad😂

    Andy & Amys Arizona AdventuresAndy & Amys Arizona AdventuresPirms 9 dienām
  • Good Job 👏

    r0c_it filmsr0c_it filmsPirms 10 dienām
  • The 5th Avenue was originally the 1970s-era Chrysler LeBaron (Dodge Diplomat / Plymouth Fury) with the trim altered and a super-plush interior added. The trend in U.S. auto manufacturing by necessity at the time was cutting away excess weight or downsizing the previous years' model to a smaller platform, but Chrysler at the time was hanging by a thread financially, so instead of building a new car they ditched the huge 1970s New Yorker entirely and put that luxury into the smaller LeBaron body as the re-badged New Yorker / 5th Avenue, while the LeBaron moved to front-wheel drive and the K-Car chassis. The result was startlingly attractive and popular as the 5th Avenue remained in production for most of the next decade.

    MarchHare59MarchHare59Pirms 13 dienām
    • Very interesting thanks

      bigrr64bigrr64Pirms 9 dienām
  • I am loving the deep buttoning pattern seats. 😍😍😍😍

    family manfamily manPirms 13 dienām
  • I really like the road master

    Mat GoodallMat GoodallPirms 15 dienām
  • very nice

    Henry BuckiHenry BuckiPirms 17 dienām
  • The days of the land yatch are a thing of the past. Reminds me of my school days. Hope they can resurrect them with Plug in Hybrid or EV technology. They stopped poducing rear wheel drive cars due to the fuel efficiency problem.

    blessindia1blessindia1Pirms 20 dienām
  • Dude pretty sure I SAW YOUR ROADMASTER IN MUNICH, **if it was white**

    Josh JenkinsJosh JenkinsPirms 21 dienas
  • I'm 52 and still drive these old school gems.

    lee slee sPirms 24 dienām
  • 700 for a beauty

    lee slee sPirms 24 dienām
  • Good man.

    Paul MarkelPaul MarkelPirms 24 dienām
  • I would love to see an electric car brand focus on affordability and extreme comfort instead of technology. I would love to have an old school luxurious feeling electric vehicle. It could even be cheaper just because it is cheaper to have an extra layer of foam in a seat than an extra inch of touchscreen. I'll take a luxurious, low tech, comfortable electric vehicle over a Tesla.

    Chase BishopChase BishopPirms 25 dienām
  • I love it sooooo much when he gifts ppl cars! Yes!!! I watched the end 3 times...

    Northern LoveNorthern LovePirms 25 dienām
  • You're an assh*le for burying that lebaron Mark Cross woody convertible. You say it was too rusty underneath and was dangerous. I say that was a copout bullsh*t story and it could have been repaired or the parts could have been used to restore other cars. A true car guy would have realised that and acted appropriately. You're no better than the bureaucrats that are daily destroying our national old car stock under the guise of pollution, blight, and other such bullshit excuses.

    Pablo BronsunPablo BronsunPirms 26 dienām
  • Nice camera job 🎥👍👍👍

    Simon bittersweet89Simon bittersweet89Pirms 26 dienām
  • Was that a dig at freddy at the end about gifting BMW

    acid3129acid3129Pirms 27 dienām
  • wheres the late 80\s new yorker?

    ian pocketbooian pocketbooPirms 28 dienām
  • I love those kind of cars 😍

    T747T747Pirms Mēneša
  • The Grand Marquis back then was SOLID AS A ROCK! My grandfather had a head on collision in one, and he drove away!

    J.W. Griggs IIIJ.W. Griggs IIIPirms Mēneša
  • Hoovie, you're the man!

    Edward HalpinEdward HalpinPirms Mēneša
  • Oh this is just great!!! I'm watching a car video about 2 ton V8 RWD lead sleds and land yachts and then at the end I get dirt and both my eyes!!! Crap!!!🙄😬😉

    Skeeter McSwaggerSkeeter McSwaggerPirms Mēneša
  • Man Hoovie that was awesome of you keep up the great work I’m a diehard Hoovie Fan!!

    brian janisbrian janisPirms Mēneša
  • Dude I just started watching Hoovie, but you can tell he is genuinely a good guy with a great heart. Much Love Hoovie!

    Mark DaileyMark DaileyPirms Mēneša
  • And that 5th Avenue has an airbag.

    Lorenzo MooreLorenzo MoorePirms Mēneša
  • 👏 👏 👏 killer vid

    Chad DamronChad DamronPirms Mēneša
  • I miss comfortable cars...love boxy bodies too....

    Kevin CKevin CPirms Mēneša
  • That Fifth Avenue is gorgeous 🤩😍🤩😍 that's always been my dream car, and when I found out my dad owned a 80s model back in the early 90s, I loved it even more

    Gaymer Plays & AnimationsGaymer Plays & AnimationsPirms Mēneša
  • Great video and a great act of kindness!

    Josh MaustJosh MaustPirms Mēneša
  • My grandma had a roadmaster for a while New England winters rusted it out.

    life suckslife sucksPirms Mēneša
  • Great channel! This video was a nostalgic road trip. I remember those luxury cruisers and I lived in Newton and Wichita years ago.

    Christopher ParkerChristopher ParkerPirms Mēneša
  • I should have bought a roadmaster

    Santiago VasquezSantiago VasquezPirms Mēneša
  • Your fifth avenue has nothing on my '79 Chrysler New Yorker 🤣

    Jordan NashJordan NashPirms Mēneša
  • It was a new technology fad that came out in the 80s, and I was hoping to see in the 5th Ave and that was voice alert (EVA)

    Doug HoltDoug HoltPirms Mēneša
  • The Chrysler lol we called the 5th ave The "Jive Five"

    Douie JordanDouie JordanPirms Mēneša
  • What about bringing back the buick lesabre

    adel loveradel loverPirms Mēneša
  • Hoov, you need an intervention. An interYACHTion if you will.

    Davey GivensDavey GivensPirms Mēneša
  • Tyler, thank you for that. I literally cried. We do not get to see kind, generous souls like you too often and that was amazing

    Eric PippenEric PippenPirms Mēneša
  • I LOVE WHEN HOOVIE DOES THIS! From buying peoples cars then not taking it , to giving away the navigator, to this. One of the reasons I love this channel and Tyler

    DailydriverDailydriverPirms Mēneša
  • The title made me laugh

    Shane HouseShane HousePirms Mēneša
  • Man I want that road master !

    Ground PounderGround PounderPirms Mēneša
  • Can I have a car? Mines broke down and its winter in Michigan. I like what u do on LVworld u are a good person.

    Lamont YoungLamont YoungPirms Mēneša
  • Great gesture to give a car away, but why not stick with the roadmaster and do a few vids about it before getting rid of it! 😑😔

    OZZY AOZZY APirms Mēneša
  • Just as there is a AA You must join AAA. And say I am a car junkie

    Al BundyAl BundyPirms Mēneša
  • As it should be. Pay it forward!

    Jason DebskiJason DebskiPirms Mēneša
  • hehe, I got the Murdoch reference, cause I study Titanic, not the movie the actual ship and history :>

    The James ShowThe James ShowPirms Mēneša
  • I would have kept the Buick.

    Lord PubliusLord PubliusPirms Mēneša

    keef 24keef 24Pirms Mēneša
  • I'd MAYBE call the Roadmaster a land yacht. Not the other two. Maybe I'm just old-school.

    MarvMarvPirms Mēneša
  • I loved my 89 Chevy Caprice Classic but Wisconsin's rough winters and road salts ate it right out from under me. However much wealth Hoovie enjoys, I hope he doubles it in 2021! Seems like a great guy.

    Don MadickDon MadickPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • Nice job!

    Kerry MacleodKerry MacleodPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • That was awesome!!!

    Lucy bellLucy bellPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • I drive a 98 Grand Marquis, I love these old boat cars. I remember watching a video of the last crown Victoria ever made rolling off the assembly when I was younger and ever since then I’ve always liked them. I really want an Ltd.

    Owen TerryOwen TerryPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • Instead of buying a new car and making payments I just bought a land yact. 1993 Cadillac sedan deville with the 4.9 for five hundred dollars. I love it.

    Charley WadeCharley WadePirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • Love to see one "Pay it Forward" ... especially to such a wonderful young man ! Congrats & that 318 V8 is what I learned to drive on, a 1966 Dodge Coronet !

    Shawn VandenShawn VandenPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • Roadmastor--best car ever made

    JD SlagillJD SlagillPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • Shouldn't have sold SRK that Caddy!!

    JohnnyGadgets81JohnnyGadgets81Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • You know you can make the horse power higher with simple a judgment

    Justin LowderJustin LowderPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • It looks so comfortable

    Anthony’s AutomotiveAnthony’s AutomotivePirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • youre a good man

    George BrassGeorge BrassPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • Damn...thats so awesome of Tyler. Sometimes i forget with all the exotics that Hoovie can be a good guy!

    luminazkidd21luminazkidd21Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • I want that 5th Ave. Shes beautiful

    luminazkidd21luminazkidd21Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • Damn Tyler. You got a lotta stuff kid.

    WontrickponyWontrickponyPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • i want to see a real hot rod version of that old school roadmaster. that think looked bad ass in the departed .. perfect gangster's car

    Jason AdrianJason AdrianPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • Hoovies Humanitarian Adventures. That is not just a car it is big enough to live in.

    Sean WorkmanSean WorkmanPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • I wouldn't mind taking them off your hands

    Rr BbRr BbPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • Good job helping someone out in these tough times.

    Justus AmericansJustus AmericansPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • My first car was an 84 crown vic ltd. It had 2 lazy boys in the front and a sofa sleeper in the back. With a 351w. dark brown on brown. Bought for 300. Damn I miss that car. Floated like a feather and hit shit like a tank. I hit a light pole once. Backed away and rolled out like nothing happened. That thing was a beat

    Brad R.Brad R.Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • Those 5th Avenues are shaped beautifully! I had one of those Grand Marquis during high school and loved it! Seemed like it had plenty of power too. Nothing like the lighter cars that came after but more than enough for a teen.

    Matthew BryantMatthew BryantPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • 700? Wanna make your money back?

    bbodinefan11bbodinefan11Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • Far as my taste Mercury Mopar Buick.

    bbodinefan11bbodinefan11Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • out of those three in the thumbnail i‘m pretty sure i‘d take the mercury. that chrysler‘s gotta be kiddin with it‘s ancient tech and the roadmaster‘s quality is likely not as good as the mercury‘s (i had a 95 caprice 9c1 & a 90 town car).

    NoEye DeerNoEye DeerPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • Very cool of you.

    Alan WilmothAlan WilmothPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • You need help? HECK NO!!! These are great cars that ride nice and cheap to own a repair. Loads of room and little mods can make them powerful and better fuel economy. Had a 89 town car sure the wood was fake as hell and the plastics were crap. Granted my 5.0 165hp dual exhaust was bad because wife drove it without coolant for weeks killing the engine. So I swapped a mustang 5.0 HO long block with a few go fast goodies (forged crank, forged rods, and forged pistons) and a low 8.0/1 compression ratio along with rings designed for pressurized intake. Also hi flow head and high flow injectors. Before forced induction it produced 300hp and 425 torque at the wheels. Transmission was built to handle 800hp and 900 lb/ft of torque. Had factory 3.55 rear with limited slip. Sadly I never got to the dual turbo/roots supercharger setup before a divorce killed the project. Still before forced injection it was a stock/mildly modified mustang/camero killer. Also average highway milage with normal driving was 25mpg or 6mpg when full out.

    James MancusoJames MancusoPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • Check the freeze plug on the Roadmaster.

    Mary Lynn don't change nameMary Lynn don't change namePirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • I like the one on the left.

    Mary Lynn don't change nameMary Lynn don't change namePirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • good job!

    Shawn CammonShawn CammonPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • Bad ass! And you sould like Jeff Goldblum

    Early Thomas Music OfficialEarly Thomas Music OfficialPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • Time to go on Dr. Phil

    Highest IQHighest IQPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • "here's a car and $500" damn, what a man

    HousecatHousecatPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • Please do another holiday show where you go around buying people's hoopties for a test drive and then gift it back to them. That's my favorite episode of the show you've ever done and possibly how I discovered the channel.

    AndrewAndrewPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • I came to Massachusetts in 1999 for a one and a half year stay. In the first week i bought a used black 85 Mercury Grand Marquis to be my daily driver. I did many road trips, down to Florida, up to Canada and all along the east coast. I so loved the comfort of the Grand Marquis. Never a problem with the car. Being from Europe, it was simply wonderful to experience "american luxury". Seeing the Marquis in this video, brought back so many wonderful memories. And for that, i want to thank you!

    B von AB von APirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • 11:35 did anyone else see how fast that drivers window goes down? Damn! Never seen any that fast on a modern car lol

    Anthony ManciniAnthony ManciniPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • This time 😢. Wow

    Marlene SanchezMarlene SanchezPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • It might be the dumbest automotive car channel on LVworld, but its by far the best too ❤️🤩

    Leon KuenzlerLeon KuenzlerPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • Yeah. Land yachts are the best comfy rides. Those seats are smooth.

    Marlene SanchezMarlene SanchezPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • Had 2 of the 3...only the dodge was from a police dept with a 440 in it,always figured it was some dept LT or Capt car.

    thomas pavelkothomas pavelkoPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • My parents bought an '83 5th Avenue, and it was a great car They didn't get the top of the line audio system, but the one right below it; it had a button labelled "Rear Amp"; when you pressed, it doubled the volume of the rear speakers. It also had the "rich, Corinthian leather" that Ricardo Moltanban talked about in the TV ads. My first car was an '81 Plymouth Gran Fury (ex-police car). She was a 10 mpg tank; she took everything I threw at her. God, how I miss those cars.

    moosecatmoosecatPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • That’s the best video I’ve seen since you didn’t buy 5 cars earlier this year.

    David HarnadekDavid HarnadekPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • The older rear drive automobiles, were built stronger and better, full bolt on body to full steel frame construction, versus ??? Cheap constructed light weight subframe or half frame contruction. Also front wheel drive requires way more maintenance, than simple rear wheel drive. Also the older rear wheel drive automobiles have the lower priced regular shocks, unlike the over priced Mc Pherson struts which wear out prematurely, which are found on every vehicle today. The maintenance on new vechicles, are pricing car ownership out and away from the working masses of people, just like home ownership, cost of college, dental care, and medical care for mortality of the people in the United States and elsewhere in other countries. I think not only this practice is shameful, but is the corruption destroying our country today. Kevin Phoenix

    Anna WhitisAnna WhitisPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • My parents inherited a 93 Dynasty and it was the best car we ever had. I might even try to find one soon for my first car, lol. Chryslers used to be so overbuilt and simple back in those days

    Jordan TaylorJordan TaylorPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • That's why you are só blessed Hoovie : GOD'S speed! 🙌🙏🙌

    Jan BloemJan BloemPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • 😊

    JasonJasonPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • very wholesome

  • What about a Lexus ES as the modern day affordable land yacht

    The StartarisThe StartarisPirms 2 Mēnešiem
  • I subscribe just because of this video

    javasoccernutjavasoccernutPirms 2 Mēnešiem