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Monster truck loses control
Another awesome vid of the HPI 1/5th scale baja 5b and Team Losi LST 2 trucks getting some huge air at another local bmx track.
Ever seen a loaded truck doing a wheelie?Don't believe it?watch it..
ouch that had to hurt...if you want this game go on google and serch for truck dismount
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- Teen Robbers Meet Semi-Truck!
- Car - Truck crash.At 75 MPH
- Cop chase is cruelly ended when a 18 wheeler intersects with the chased car and destroys it.
- this guy is definitely dead after this crash.
a slamed to the floor truck
November 2006 (Medialink) - Production of the all-new Tundra full-size truck is starting at Toyota's San Antonio, Texas plant. Toyota is celebrating line-off of the first truck after years of construction and development of the company's 13th manufacturing plant in North America.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas has hired more than 1,700 of the 2,000 people the plant will employ. Annual vehicle capacity will reach 200,000 units. Around the plant, 21 suppliers have set up operations, bringing 2,100 additional jobs to the area. By 2008, Toyota's annual North American production capacity is expected to reach 2 million cars and trucks.
The next-generation Tundra is an important product for Toyota in the competitive full-size truck segment. Tundra rolls into dealer showrooms nationwide in February.
Produced for Toyota
barstool racer pulling a monster truck on CMT
Keith jumping out of a truck 28 feet into the Elk River in Elko, British Columbia, Canada. Just outside of Fernie.