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AMT/Ertl Grave Digger

April 2005
By Mark Melchiori
Published: April 1, 2005
One of the biggest forms of motorsports in America is monster truck racing. Monster trucks have evolved from stock trucks with lift kits and huge tires into some of the more technically advanced racing machines around. With big horsepower, tube frames, and more than 17 inches of suspension travel, monster trucks thrill crowds from coast to coast with their high-flying, car-crushing spectacle. One of the most famous trucks in the history of the sport is Dennis Anderson's Grave Digger.

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