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Old Jun 30, 2010, 12:39 PM   #1
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Step right up...and up...and up. Wanna look down on those Hummers? This is the new STRUT SportChassis Business Class monster truck. It is over 10' tall. I spotted it at last week's Barrett Jackson Auction here in So. California. I think it is targeting guys with lots of money who want an eye-catching truck to haul their car trailers full of Ferraris, Rolls Royces, etc.
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Old Jun 30, 2010, 12:40 PM   #2
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Now, with a bit of Photoshopping....
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I can't tell if this beast is 4wd or not, not that any sane person would go very far off road with a beast that wieghs probably 10K (Ok nobody that is sane will buy this, but that is beside the point!).
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Just don't carry a significant load or hit any bumps. The rear tires are too big for the rear wheel wells.
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Just don't carry a significant load or hit any bumps. The rear tires are too big for the rear wheel wells.
True and if they used a production bed (looks Dodge, may be Ford) the bed flare is fiberglass
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I can't tell if this beast is 4wd or not, not that any sane person would go very far off road with a beast that wieghs probably 10K (Ok nobody that is sane will buy this, but that is beside the point!).
http://www.robbygordon.com/off-road-...009-baja-1000/
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True and if they used a production bed (looks Dodge, may be Ford) the bed flare is fiberglass
Actually it looks a lot like an off-the-shelf Freightliner SportChassis.
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Actually it looks a lot like an off-the-shelf Freightliner SportChassis.
You are right, I had not gone to their page.
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