DIGGER TRUCK UNITS#: D-4222 & 9199

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2005 INTERNATIONAL, 7300, Heavy Duty Trucks - Digger Derrick Trucks, International DT466, Automatic, 14' Utility body w/ Altec DM47 TR digger derrick. Upper bucket controls and lower controls w/ operator's seat. 47' max reach w/ 23,790 lbs. max lift capacity. 18" Auger bit. (4) Hydr...

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The story of Grave Digger Monster truck body paint. In 1985

  • 6 Speed Flatbed Service Utility 23,790# 3 Section 2 Spd
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    Altec DM47-TR Boom. Up for sale today is a2007 International 7300 digger derrick truck. This is a 4x4 unit. The business end of this unit is a Altec DM47-TR boom with a 47' sheave height.
  • Grave Digger Monster Truck on race event

    2012 KENWORTH T370, Digger Derrick Truck, Automatic; PX-6 Paccar Engine Manufacturer 260 Horsepower; Diesel Fuel Type; VIN #: 2NKHHM7X0CM326862; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; TEREX TELELECT COMMANDER 4045 MODEL HYDRAULIC ROTATING DIGGER DERRICK WITH TURNTABLE WINCH. AERIAL MOUNTED ONTO: 201...

    Grave Digger was originally conceived in 1982 by Dennis Anderson as a . This first truck was a red 1952 Ford pickup truck. Later on a silver and blue 1951 Ford Panel Truck was his new mud truck that would become the first Grave Digger monster truck. The truck received its name when Anderson, amicably trash talking with his fellow racers, said the now famous line, "I'll take this old junk and dig you a grave with it", a reference to the age of his old pickup in comparison to their relatively modern trucks. Anderson gained a reputation for an all-or-nothing driving style and quickly became popular at local events. At one show, a scheduled monster truck failed to show up and Anderson, who already had large tractor tires on the truck, offered to crush cars in the absence of the full-size monster. The promoter accepted and Grave Digger was an instant success as a car crusher and led Anderson to leave mud bogging and pursue monster trucks instead.