Hunting Tip

June 28, 2009 - 7:31 pm
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Most people are aware that it’s a good idea to bring enough vehicle to pack out whatever it is you’re hunting. This has frustrated more than a few sports car enthusiasts who cannot find a good way to combine their interests. Fortunately, BMW owners who enjoy the tasty, tasty flesh of deer now have a new option.

How to pack a 150lb deer into a BMW Z4.

Tam may have to improvise slightly for the differences between a Z4 and a Z3, but for everyone else, happy hunting!

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  1. Jim Says:

    It is a shame there isn’t much Chris Bangle could do to put a proper push bar on a Z4. It could have turned out like this otherwise. I can empathize with the poor bugger who gets to hose the over-sized rat out of that car, what a mess.

    Jim

  2. dagamore Says:

    if he had just kept driving for an hour or two, it would have cooked it self, and been a great snack for the people that had to clean/fix the BMW.

  3. Whitebread Says:

    That’s horrifyingly awesome.

  4. mdmnm Says:

    Small as those cars are, I’ll bet it was a roe deer. Either that, or a red deer fawn. Regardless, I get there was an amazing “bang” at the collision.

  5. Kristopher Says:

    You could pack two deer in there. This is important, since most states don’t have a limit on eating roadkill.

  6. J.R. Shirley Says:

    That’s horrible. Of course, if the car had been going slower, the deer may have gone up and landed through the windshield. I guess speed doesn’t always kill.

    John

  7. phlegmfatale Says:

    Well done! Then the beast will be cooked by the time you reach your destination. Very clever.

  8. anon Says:

    I left a comment over there, but it was modded (I think).
    I figure ‘Atomic Nerds’ are all about getting the facts right, so:

    Neither car shown is a Z4.
    The ‘reference’ pic is a BMW M6.
    The damaged car is a 3 series (probably a 320d, i.e. a Diesel Sedan).

    All that said… yes, this ‘technique’ would presumably also work for a Z4 or Z3. :)