Monster Trucks List A-Z

Monster Trucks List A Z

Monster trucks are typically vehicles that were originally pickup trucks. People who create monster trucks add large wheels and suspension. The trucks are often used in competitions where the goal is to crush other, smaller cars. Since these competitions are very popular, people have designed many different types of monster trucks. They are known by their various design characteristics; sometimes this means their paint job, other times their tires or even other facets of their designs that put them at an advantage against other cars. Below you will find an alphabetized list of some famous monster trucks.


List of Monster Trucks A To Z

  • Air Force Afterburner
  • Avenger
  • Bad News Travels Fast
  • Batman
  • Backwards Bob
  • Bear Foot (1979)
  • Bear Foot (F-150)
  • Bear Foot (2xtreme)
  • Bear Foot (Silverado)
  • Bear Foot USA
  • Bigfoot
  • Black Stallion
  • Blacksmith
  • Blue Thunder
  • Bounty Hunter
  • Brutus
  • Bulldozer
  • Captain's Curse
  • Cyborg
  • El Toro Loco
  • Grave Digger
  • Grinder
  • Gunslinger
  • Jurassic Attack
  • King Krunch
  • Lucas Oil Crusader
  • Madusa
  • Maximum Destruction (Max-D)
  • Mohawk Warrior
  • Monster Mutt
  • Monster Mutt Dalmatian
  • Predator
  • Shell Camino
  • Raminator
  • Snake Bite
  • Stone Crusher
  • Sudden Impact
  • Swamp Thing
  • The Destroyer
  • The Felon
  • USA-1
  • War Wizard
  • WCW Nitro Machine
  • Zombie

FAQ

What is the biggest Monster Truck?

The biggest monster truck is Bigfoot 5. Bob Chandler built Bigfoot 5 in 1986. Weighing in at 38,000 lbs and standing fifteen and a half feet tall, Bigfoot 5 also features tires that stand a mighty ten feet tall. The truck is sometimes featured at shows around the United States, and it is usually kept in Pacific, Missouri. This is where the headquarters for the various Bigfoots that have been created are located.

What is the most famous Monster Truck?

Grave Digger is the most famous monster truck. The first Grave Digger monster truck was built by Dennis Anderson in 1982. However, Grave Digger’s story goes back further than that. Dennis Anderson originally built Grave Digger out of a pickup truck with the intent of using it as a mud bogger. However, at a monster truck show that Anderson attended, one of the trucks that was supposed to be featured did not show. Anderson volunteered to use Grave Digger to crush some cars, which had tractor tires on at the time.