Last Call: The only way to make sure the kids are never late to school

There’s something intriguing about watching things that are normally slow going really fast. Normally it’s something like an old Beetle or truck that’s got an LS and some nitrous but in this case, it’s a school bus. Also, this one shoots sparks out of the front and does wheelies, because, drag racing. I have no idea what it would look like to get this thing on the dyno but it would probably be pretty funny. The closest I’ve been to seeing anything like this was some semi-truck with a rocket on back at the air show. And while that was cool, it didn’t have the insane launch power that this thing has. I can only dream of what it must be like to drive this bad boy.

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6 responses to “Last Call: The only way to make sure the kids are never late to school”

  1. Wayne Moyer Avatar
    Wayne Moyer

    I’d be okay with paying extra school taxes for that.

  2. Lokki Avatar

    So….which kids travel to school in this thing? The kids who were very, very good, or the kids who were very, very bad? I need to know whether to study my math book or throw it at somebody.

    1. Wayne Moyer Avatar
      Wayne Moyer

      The good kids are up front.
      The bad kids are in the back.

  3. 0A5599 Avatar

    My bus driver used to do “claps” driving across the bridge on our route. When the bus wheels touched the bridge, she would take her hands off the steering wheel and all the kids would count how many times she could clap before arriving at the other side.

    1. smalleyxb122 Avatar

      She’s fortunate that cell phone videos weren’t a thing at the time.

      1. 0A5599 Avatar

        Nobody would have cared back then. We rode, unbuckled, in the way back of station wagons driven by parents sipping on a frosty brew behind the wheel. We also regularly covered 20+ miles, unsupervised, on transportation powered by pedals or small 2-stroke engines.

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