Storm Warning Monster Truck Photos & Information

by Wes Kibble on November 15, 2010

Last month, we posted an article asking for information on the Storm Warning monster truck. Ron Bulson, owner and builder of Storm Warning, contacted us with some information and photos of the truck in its prime.

This is my second truck. The first was called Instigator a 1979 Ford Bronco. We started building Storm Warning in 1991. I ran the truck until 1996. I sold it to John Seasock in 1996 an he renamed it Sudden Impact. I mostly ran on the east coast an Canada. The truck was a tubular frame with extra long leaf springs with four shocks on each side. Rockwell 106 axles with 20 ton planetary knuckles with disc brakes. Front and rear steer, Goodyear 66 inch tires. The engine was a 1971 429 cobra jet bored and stroked to a 514. Tunnel ram with two predator carburetors back by a C6 transmission to a profab transfer case. A 1992 fiberglass body. The truck worked real well. The truck landed with no bounce and was quick because of it light weight. I’ll get some more picture to you soon. Thanks for your interest. Ron Bulson

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BJ Ferracane March 10, 2012 at 4:49 pm

Cousin Ronnie,

I remember that Ford Bronco from when I was a kid and you had it at the house in Stony Point. We were watching mud people and I told everyone about you truck, looked you up on a whim and can’t believe I found your truck and a post from Joe. I hope you are all doing well. I only drive Fords at least partially because of you and I have an F250 now.

BJ Ferracane


bill marshall January 3, 2015 at 12:16 pm

I bout a 78 jeep cj called storm warning it had dual predators on it. Had word of being related to the monster truck kinda makes sense because same location and similar set up, little smaller in size. Thanks!


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