It's that time again. The time of year that we here at 4-Wheel & Off-Road get to celebrate pure asininity. Whoops!, the last page monthly feature has become a tradition of readers and their rigs in imprudent positions. They don't just signify, well, a lack of better judgement. Nope, they remind us of the times we've pushed ourselves too closely to the limit to test our own foolishness. As the optimist says, "Good things always come from the bad." A lesson learned, a new wheeling buddy with a SuperDuty, new parts that you were "meaning to replace," or your photo in our magazine
This year's Best of Whoops! installment is what we're calling the best of the worst. Traditionally these pages are almost always graced by photos we've stashed away throughout the year. We've dug through our new contributions for those up-to-date crazy antics, but we've also included a look back over the most intensely (and visually) shocking "Best of Whoops" images spanning almost 10 years of the tradition.
Inevitably, irrevocably, indubitably, if you'd like us to shamelessly promote your Whoops! predicament, send us your photo, including a description of the who, what, where, why, and how. Taking photos at inopportune times is difficult, but if you have to squint to make out the photo, put that shot in the circular file and send us the clear one. Save the photo in which you can make out faces for the family album, and we have to have permission in the form of a signed letter from the owner of the vehicle in the photo (hopefully that's you) to run the photo. Send your mishap adventure snaps to 4-Wheel & Off-Road Magazine, Whoops!, 6420 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048.