The Monster Trucks movie was released in 2016, and it made waves in the movie industry as a fun, family-friendly adventure movie. The film centers around high school senior Tripp (Lucas Till) who discovers an unusual creature living in the junkyard near his home.
Tripp forms a bond with the creature, which he names Creech, and decides to keep him as a pet. Along with his two best friends Meredith (Jane Levy) and Wade (Rob Lowe), they construct a monster truck out of spare parts from the junkyard to help Creech escape from government agents who are after him.
The truck used in the film is a custom-built vehicle that was designed for the movie by renowned monster truck designer Dennis Anderson. Anderson is known for designing some of the most iconic monster trucks in history, such as Grave Digger and Maximum Destruction. The vehicle used in Monster Trucks is an amalgamation of different parts from various trucks including an old Ford F-150 pickup truck frame, a Chevrolet 3500HD chassis and suspension system, four massive tires with custom aluminum wheels and a powerful V8 engine.
In addition to its custom design, Anderson also added some unique features to make it look more like a monster truck including neon lights underneath it, flame decals on the side panels and an extra large spoiler on the back. This custom-built truck was specially designed for stunt sequences featured throughout Monster Trucks such as jumps, crashes and high-speed chases.
The Monster Trucks movie featured a unique custom-built vehicle that was designed by Dennis Anderson specifically for use in the film. This truck combined parts from various different trucks including an old Ford F-150 pickup frame, Chevrolet 3500HD chassis system, four massive tires with custom aluminum wheels and a powerful V8 engine. It also had special features such as neon lights underneath it, flame decals on the sides and an extra large spoiler on the back.