Monster truck crushing cars
Ards festival of speed on Sunday June 12th 2011. You could pay to ride on
the monster truck as it crushed cars!
monster truck festival ards speed northern ireland newtownards drag race
motorbike quad airfield airshow show air pickup racing offroad vehicle
motorcycle automobiles motocross "motor sports" yamaha "extreme driving"
honda suzuki riding four wheeler kawasaki raptor dirt wheelie polaris mud
jam dunes sand cars nissan used freestyle donuts monster jam pontiac
silverdome bigfootdrag race grave digger grave digger shock absorbers
nationals buggy supercharged turbochargedfiresuit pro arena firestarter mini
burnout Mustang bear foot
maniac predator raminator swamp thing avenger wcw nitro towasaurus rex
bulldozer el toro loco hummer time heavy metal usa
Monster 4x4 Mud Trucks at Good Time 4x4's June 12Th 2011
Thanks to the Good Time 4x4's Club for having us at there event for the
last 3 years and running, Dave Morey the President of the Club and The Rest
of the Crew did one hell of a Job with this event this time and had things
running pretty good. Hope to see more of them in the Years coming up... You
also can see more videos like this one at our website at
Monster Bike crushes a car at Gosford. Speaking is Ray Baumann.
Tank crushes car 7 - Rover Metro
This little metro was hardly a match for the 56 tonne Chieftan. you can
see more vids like this on my youtube page - www.youtube.com/timhawkes
Bigfoot 5 In Action!
Heres a little montage of Bigfoot 5 in action!
Please note that I did not make this video
All footage in this clip is from the late 80's to early 90's and owned by
the Bigfoot Monter Truck inc.
BIGFOOT #5 - Specifications
- Transmission = C-6 automatic
- Engine = 460 c.i.
- Fuel Type = High octane racing gas
- Shocks = 16 BIGFOOT Signature Series Shocks
- Axles = 5 ton military planetaries and Detroit lockers
- Weight = 28,000 lbs. (38,000 with duals)
- Height = 15' 6"
- Width = 13' 1" (20' 5" with duals)
- Tires = 120 x 48 x 68 Firestone Alaska tundra tires, weighing approx.
2400 lbs. each