Bigfoot Monster Truck is the most famous monster truck in the world. The truck, which was built by Bob Chandler in 1975, has become an iconic symbol of the monster truck industry.
Bigfoot Monster Truck has been featured in movies, television shows, and video games. It has also been featured at live events around the world, including the Monster Jam World Finals and Monster Jam Stadium Tour.
Bigfoot Monster Truck is known for its massive size and powerful engine. It stands 11 feet tall and weighs 10,000 pounds.
Its engine produces 1,500 horsepower and can reach speeds of up to 115 miles per hour. With its large tires and four-wheel drive system, Bigfoot can climb over anything in its path and handle any terrain.
As one of the most recognizable monster trucks in history, Bigfoot has appeared in numerous movies over the years. It first appeared in 1979’s “Take This Job and Shove It” starring Robert Hays. Since then it has been featured in several other films such as “Smokey and the Bandit II” (1980), “Tremors” (1990), “Jurassic Park III” (2001), and “Monster Trucks” (2016).
Bigfoot Monster Truck can also be seen on television shows such as “American Pickers” (2010), “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” (2009-2014), “Monster Garage” (2002-2006), and “American Chopper: Senior vs Junior” (2009-2012). In addition to being featured on television shows, Bigfoot has also made appearances on video game consoles such as Xbox One, Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
Bigfoot Monster Truck is a beloved icon of American culture that continues to perform at live events all around the world. Fans of all ages can see it at various locations throughout North America including racetracks like Charlotte Motor Speedway or Memphis Motorsports Park; outdoor festivals like Country Fest or Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame; fairs like Central Washington State Fair; car shows like Back To The Bricks; or at any of its many scheduled appearances on the tour circuit with Monster Jam Stadium Tour or other promotions.
Bigfoot Monster Truck is an iconic symbol of American culture that continues to entertain audiences around the world with its impressive size and powerful engine. Fans of all ages can see this remarkable vehicle at various locations throughout North America including racetracks, outdoor festivals, fairs, car shows, or any of its many scheduled appearances on tour.