$1M ‘Sin City Hustler’ Is World’s Longest Monster Truck

TAKE a look at the world’s longest monster truck that stretches for 32 feet and is worth 1 million dollars. The Sin City Hustler stands 12 feet tall and roams the desert of White Hills, Arizona, just 45 minutes outside Las Vegas. Seating up to 12 passengers and weighing around 15,000lbs, the perfect party truck was designed and built by owner Brad Campbell, 38, whose wife Jennifer, 31, plays a key part in organising and running daily tours for people to enjoy inside the truck.

Videographer / director: Brad and Jen Campbell
Producer: Danny Baggott, Ruby Coote
Editor: Joshua Douglas

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  1. Don't competition monster trucks have 1500+ HP? And they're not even all that quick. And this thing, which is like 3x the size of a competition truck, with a full body (not lexan like the race trucks) only has 750 HP? This thing needs a lot more power. You'd be pedal to the metal and engine would be loud af while you're barely going 15 mph.

  2. Congrats, you built a 100% useless thing you call a Monster Truck.
    Seriously though, how in the hell do you claim to have a $1M Monster Truck and have less than $1,000 HP? If you invested $1M, a 1,000 HP engine can be built with plenty of durability for your "Ride Truck". Completely baffled by the claims….

  3. 1. An avg looking chick thinking she's an 8 or 9
    2. A $ 1M truck
    3. A $ 1M truck that is basically a tour bus with no real capabilities of a monster truck.
    4. "Coming from me, it means a lot cause I was a racing driver myself"

    ..just pointing out things that I really hated about this video.

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