Where Is Bigfoot Monster Truck Today?

Bigfoot Monster Truck, named after the legendary creature, has become a major icon in the world of motor sports. It is one of the most iconic monster trucks ever made and has been featured in countless movies, television shows, and books. Since its debut in 1979, Bigfoot Monster Truck has traveled all over the world, performing stunts and competing in monster truck competitions.

The original Bigfoot was created by Bob Chandler from St. Louis Missouri. He started off with a Ford F-250 pickup truck that he customized with bigger tires, suspension lifts, and a roll cage to make it ready for stunts.

The first Bigfoot was powered by a 460 cubic inch engine and it soon became known for being able to do wheelies and backflips. After its success at local events, Bob Chandler decided to create more Bigfoots so he built six more trucks over the next few years.

Bigfoot Monster Truck was on a roll until 1987 when Bob Chandler retired from driving due to health reasons. He then sold all seven of his monster trucks to Jim Kramer who took over as the driver of Bigfoot in 1988.

Over the next few years, Jim Kramer continued to upgrade each of the original seven Bigfoots while also creating new ones every year or two. By 1997 he had built thirteen different versions of Bigfoot that were all powered by 572 cubic inch Chevy engines making them some of the most powerful monster trucks on the planet.

In 2005, Jim Kramer retired from driving and sold all thirteen versions of Bigfoot Monster Truck along with their engines to Dennis Anderson who is now known as “The King” of monster truck racing. Dennis Anderson has kept all thirteen versions in his garage and continues to use them for demonstrations at events around the country today.

From its humble beginnings as a Ford F-250 pickup truck with oversized tires to its current status as one of the most iconic monster trucks ever made, Bigfoot Monster Truck has come a long way since its debut in 1979. It continues to be an inspiration for motor sports enthusiasts everywhere and can be seen at events across the United States today thanks to “The King” Dennis Anderson who owns it now.

Conclusion: Where Is Bigfoot Monster Truck Today? Today, you can see twelve different versions of Bigfoot Monster Truck owned by Dennis Anderson who is known as “The King” of monster truck racing at various events around the United States.

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James Gardner