How much did the Grave Digger cost?

It rides on tires that are 66 inches tall and weigh 900 pounds each. It’s powered by a 565-cubic inch supercharged Hemi engine that produces 2,000 horsepower and came out of a funny car. It has crushed buses and combines, and it cost roughly $280,000.

When was Grave Digger 30th Anniversary?

The year 2012 marked the 30th anniversary of the world’s most renowned monster truck – Dennis Anderson’s legendary Grave Digger! Created in 1982, Dennis Anderson and Grave Digger have become iconic in the world of monster truck racing.

How fast does the Traxxas Grave Digger go?

Traxxas has captured all the detail of the full-size Grave Digger,® and duplicated its legendary, earth-shaking performance with a powerful Titan 550 motor and top speeds over 30mph! Grave Digger is fully assembled and Ready-To-Drive,® and includes the radio system, 7-cell 8.4V battery, and charger.

Who is the best Grave Digger driver?

Dennis Anderson

Personal information
Team Grave Digger
Retired 2017
Achievements and titles
World finals Racing: 2004, 2006, 2010 Freestyle: 2000

Is Grave Digger still racing?

No longer racing. Grave Digger #18 – Debuted 2003, retired in 2013.

What model is Traxxas Grave Digger?

Overview. This is the Traxxas “Grave Digger” RTR 1/10 Scale 2WD Monster Truck, with an included 2.4GHz Radio System. Incredible Detail, Proven Performance! Traxxas, the official Hobby Class Radio Control Truck of Monster Jam, is proud to announce the release of the legendary Grave Digger!

How many Grave Digger trucks are there?

Trucks. There have been a total of 41 Grave Digger monster trucks built. There are seven trucks currently competing. Grave Digger #1 – The original truck was first built as a mud racing truck from a 1957 Ford pickup, then rebuilt as a true monster truck in 1985 using a 1951 Ford panel van body.