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Steve Olliges’ Ford F-150 Prerunner

After three championship seasons with the Ford Rough Rider team, Steve Olliges thought it was time to…

How To Photograph Monster Trucks In The 80’s

In the today’s world, it seems that everyone has a digital camera. They allow beginners to…

From The Archives #126

It is not too often that you see Bigfoot 1 with the 10 foot tall tires. The photo is tagged Bigfoot 7, which must be the monster truck trying to climb it. I kind of lost count of the Bigfoot monster trucks after the first three or four.

Do You Remember The All American Monster Truck?

The All American monster truck was owned by the Spiker family of Florida, who also owned the Miss All American Ford Ranger monster truck. Below we have some great photos of the truck. Did you see the truck in person? Do you have more photos or videos of vintage monster trucks?

Have You Ever Heard Of The Road Hog Monster Truck?

Where was it from? Who owned it? Does anyone have more photos of the Road Hog monster truck?

Do You Remember The Godzilla Monster Truck?

Do you remember the Godzilla monster truck? Anyone out there have more photos that they want to share? What was your favorite monster truck from the 80s?

More Vintage Awesome Kong Monster Truck Photos

The “Kong” series of monster trucks were some of the most popular in the 80’s and early 90’s. It started with the original King Kong, followed by V12 airplane engine powered Awesome Kong and a few other varieties of Awesome Kong. Check out the photos below.

More Awesome Kong Monster Truck Photos!

Last year we featured a photo of the Awesome Kong monster truck, which was the first rear engine monster truck. From the photo above, it looks like there was a little too much weight towards the rear! Via…

Another Dave Shoppe Desert Race Ford Photo

Last year, we wrote an article with a few photos of desert Racer Dave Shoppe. He drove Class 8 in the 70’s and 80’s and won a handful of races against the factory teams. In that article, we asked for more photos and received some great replies. Above is another photo that we recently came across. Again, we are wondering if anyone else has more photos to add? Email them to weskibble@offroadaction.ca

1985 Ford Truck TV Commercial

Do you remember this Ford Truck tv commercial from 1985? What do you think? Is Ford the best truck? Was the Dodge truck in neutral or was it using its own power up the rock hill?

Storm Warning Monster Truck Photos & Information

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.

Awesome Vintage Krimson Krusher Monster Truck Photo

Back in March, we did an article about what happened to the Krimson Krusher monster truck. Today, we have an awesome photo of the Krimson Krusher in action. Do you have any vintage monster truck photos that you would like to contribute?

Storm Warning Monster Truck?

How many of you have heard of the Storm Warning monster truck? Do you have more photos or some information about the truck?

Awesome Kong II Monster Truck!

The Awesome Kong II monster truck was built by Jeff Dane of King Kong fame. The truck, which was the first rear engine monster truck, was powered by a V12 allison airplane motor. This powerhouse had 1710 cubic inches, 24 exhaust pipes and put out over 3000 hp!

Old School King Kong Monster Truck Photo

Here is an old photo of King Kong 3 from the old school thread on Monster Mayhem. Anyone have more King Kong photos?

York County, PA Fire Trucks

Here is another group of photos from the

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