Sin City Hustler Combines Excursion Limo, Monster Truck
A 32-Foot, 15,000-Pound Truck: Yours for $1 Million
Edward A. Sanchez – Jun 5, 2015
If you have an irresistible urge to be bigger than everyone else and are willing to spend any amount of money to do it, your ride has arrived. Ladies and gentlemen (or bros), meet the Sin City Hustler, the brainchild of Brad Campbell, owner of Big Toyz Racing Motors. The best way to describe it is a motley marriage of aFord Excursion limousine and a monster truck.
Naturally, the press release for such an over-the-top vehicle is spilling over with hyperbole, including such gems as a custom parts list “a mile long” and that it’s “virtually unbreakable and up for the challenge on any terrain.” This beast is also claimed to have a “virtually maintenance-free platform.” While the Hustler’s 3-plus-foot ground clearance and massive balloon tires would get it over most topographical imperfections, we don’t think its massive size and width would work well on the tight, narrow, technical trails of Moab, Utah, or the Rubicon.
Among the hardware on the Hustler is a 521ci, 700hp big-block gas V-8, a DOM-tube frame chassis, and a quick-swap engine, transmission, and transfer case, in the off chance the virtually maintenance-free platform has an issue. If you’re interested in getting a Hustler of your own, scribble a check for $1 million to Big Toyz Racing Motors in White Hills, Arizona, or visit bigtoyzracing.com.