Watch this Sin City Hustler Monster truck in action

For monster truck enthusiasts everywhere, Big Toyz Racing Motors in White Hills, Arizona offers the ultimate joyride in “the "world's most extreme off-road vehicle."
Part Ford Excursion, part limo and part monster truck, the Sin City Monster Truck is an amazing accomplishment of engineering that delivers thrills and adrenaline for passengers and monster truck enthusiasts alike. Everything from the custom fabricated wheel wells to the custom-built remote-controlled ladder-style hydraulic rear door makes it clear that the Sin City Monster Truck is a labor of love.
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Get ready for Sin City Monster Truck: the world's largest monster truck ride. The 15-month ground-up in-house build sports 66-inch tires, 26-inch nitrogen shocks, and is 4x4x4 with over 750 horsepower. It is equipped with a 521ci big-block gas V-8, 4 individual custom drivelines, a DOM-tube frame chassis and a quick-swap engine, transmission and transfer case. According to Big Toyz Racing, this is a 32-foot, 15,000-pound mega truck.
There’s a single race bucket seat for the driver and 12 race bucket seats with aircraft-style seat belts for the lucky passengers. If you are looking for an exclusive peek into what this monster can do, check out this video. Watch amazing footage of off-roading, jumps, inside the cab, underneath the vehicle and more.
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