This Vintage Mustang Monster Truck Is Exactly What You Need For Cars And Coffee

Do not merely drive in to the median, my beautiful jabroni Mustang-owning friends. Drive over the median.

Here’s a video from the 4x4 Proving Grounds Mega Truck races, which is a real gem. Ever seen a monster El Camino? Now you have. But I’d like to draw your attention to the Mustang at 10:12 in the video.

For some of you, the temptation to peel out of car shows like a basic bro is too great. You will go off-roading as a result, but the V6 Mustang your mother bought you was not equipped for such activities. This results in bent rims, crushed dreams, Copart listings with “Primary Damage: Undercarriage” in the notes and of course, embarrassing footage on YouTube.

Lead-footed dinguses, I have found your savior: this lifted Mustang. Its body is still the car we all know and love as That Guy’s favorite hooligan-mobile, yet its enormous monster truck tires make it a bit harder to lose control on dry pavement. If you do spin the tires, no big deal! You can hop the curb and bounce into a tree and still probably be okay.

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Just don’t bounce into any onlookers. We prefer not to get injured.

Moderator, OppositeLock. Former Staff Writer, Jalopnik. 1984 "Porschelump" 944 race car, 1971 Volkswagen 411 race car, 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer GTS.

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DISCUSSION

Not a monster truck nor is it built from an old monster truck, it’s a dedicated mud/mega truck.

If you want to talk about monster truck Mustangs the only correct answer is the original Pony Express, IIRC it won a few car shows back in the 80s.