How Much Does a Grave Digger Monster Truck Cost?

The Grave Digger Monster Truck is an iconic vehicle in the world of monster truck racing. It has been around since 1982 and has been thrilling audiences ever since.

The Grave Digger is a custom built, four-wheel drive, monster truck that stands 12 feet tall and weighs over 10,000 pounds. It is powered by a 540 cubic inch Merlin motor that produces approximately 1500 horsepower. The truck is well known for its eye-catching design and signature flame thrower exhaust system.

The Grave Digger Monster Truck is a highly sought-after vehicle in the racing world, with many fans eager to get their hands on one. But just how much does this monster of a machine cost? The answer depends on what type of Grave Digger you are looking for.

If you’re looking for a brand new Grave Digger, they typically cost between $150,000 – $200,000 depending on the model and options added to it. If you’re looking for an older model however, they can range from $20,000 to $50,000 depending on condition.

If you’re not looking to buy a Grave Digger outright but still want to experience the thrill of driving one yourself then you can rent one for about $2,500 per day plus any travel expenses incurred getting it to your location. If all you want to do is get up close and personal with a Grave Digger then there are plenty of venues across the country who offer “ride alongs” where you can sit in the passenger seat as an experienced driver takes it through an obstacle course for around $75-$100 per person.


In conclusion, buying or renting a Grave Digger Monster Truck can be quite expensive but if you have the money to spare then it’s definitely worth it! New models typically range from $150,000 – $200,000 while older models are available from anywhere between $20,000 -$50,000 depending on condition. If you just want to experience what it’s like being in one then there are plenty of ride along experiences available at various venues across the country ranging from $75-$100 per person.

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Stephen Dunn