Crash the party at Radwood SoCal with this legit 1980's monster truck
Monster trucks were once more truck than monster. Today's trucks that roll around Monster Jam arenas are all specialty built, tube chassis, fibreglass creations that hardly resemble trucks on the street. Back in the 80's though, most of them were actually just highly modified, lifted pickups.
This one here was known on the circuits as Big, Bad, and Bouncy. Based on a 1980 Chevy short bed, this monster has been modified with a Chevy big block and 400 transmission, and those iconic 66" tires. After spending some time at the Monster Truck Hall of Fame in Auburn, Indiana, the truck has returned to its current owner in Ontario, Canada. It underwent a full restoration last year, according to the seller. He's looking to unload it, so if you have $35k and have always wanted a monster truck of your own, the time has come. The seller would also consider trading for some heavy duty construction equipment, if you've got something of equal size lying around collecting dust.