Chuck Werner, Alex
Blackwell, Guy Wood, Kirk Dabney, Eldon DePaw, Rob Knell, Steve Reynolds,
2004 Modified Custom Bull
540 Cubic Inch Merlin Big
S.I.R Racing Slicks
Bulldozer is a monster truck that races in the USHRA Monster Jam series. It
is currently driven by Chuck Warner. It features one of the first 3-D body
shells, with horns sticking out the front. In this respect it resembles El Toro
Loco. The truck debuted as a promotional truck for Smoke Craft jerky in the USA
Motorsports series in 1997 (USA owned the rights to the truck), and Live Nation
received the rights when they bought out USA in 1999. The truck has been driven
previously by Bobby Zoelner, Steve Reynolds, Rob Knell, former Taurus driver
Eldon Depew, and current Maximum Destruction superstar Tom Meents. Bulldozer is
currently driven by Alex Blackwell.
Originally the owner & driver of the Bulldozer Monster Truck was Guy Wood who
had been racing Monster Trucks for 15 years. Guy got his start in the sport of
Monster truck racing at a race track near to his home at the time. As
demand for his presence increased, so did his interest in the sport until he was
racing the truck full time. Eventually Guy linked up with USA Motorsports where
he was traveling between major shows.
Tom Meents in the Bulldozer
Meents bought the truck and in 1999 was commissioned by PACE Motor Sports (now
Clear Channel to run a Bulldozer (truck) body to help increase the truck's
exposure. In his first event with Bulldozer, Meents defeated Dennis Anderson and
Grave Digger on national television, becoming an instant star in the process.
Meents would continue driving Bulldozer until the end of 1999.
2007 All Breeds Jeep Show, York PA
- Bigger and Better than Ever, the 12th annual All
Breeds Jeep Show in York PA proved to be the
best yet in it's 12 years with an incredible
number of Jeeps, vendors, activities, and action
on the course. Enough to get any Jeep
fanatic's blood pumping.
The show was July 21, 22, 2007 Saturday & Sunday
and took place at the York Expo Center - York, PA.
Scenes from the Event.
As we watched this beast crawl up the RTI Ramp, observed the pivot point just behind the cab of the
truck as it worked it's extra flex into a great score for a 118 inch wheelbase
vehicle, we knew we would have to do a page on