Mini Monster Truck

Jul 3, 2017

Category: Rides

We’ve just come across the newest bit of evidence that the world is not fair; there are kids who play with real monster trucks instead of just Hot Wheels like we did. Don’t get us wrong, it isn’t that we aren’t happy for these kids – we just wish we grew up with a Mini Monster Truck in our back yard, too.

While this may be less than half the size of a regular monster truck, it comes packed with many of the same features. For instance, this mini beast is equipped with a Ford 4-cylinder engine and can get up to 25 miles per hour. And, yes the truck is four-wheel drive – equipped with a manual two speed transmission. Your kid looking to jump over the neighbor’s minivan? The Mini Monster Truck comes with nitrous oxide for quick acceleration off of ramps. And because not even the pros land all of their jumps, the vehicle boasts a two-inch steel tube roll frame that can handle rollovers. Finally, the truck has a GoPro mount under the windshield because, let’s be honest, what’s the point of having a monster truck if all of your friends don’t know about it.

Purchase: $125,000

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