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Huge, gargantuan, and gigantic are some of the words that we think about when we set our eyes on monster trucks. Beginning with the Bigfoot in 1970, the monster truck, or the modified street truck has grown into engineered vehicles with a custom built body and chassis.
Cars, trains, jeeps, trucks, or anything that goes ‘vroom’ captivates countless kids, especially the boys. And the monster truck is just one such obsession with boys. Keeping your kid’s fascination in mind, we have compiled a list of 10 Monster Truck Coloring Pages. Color the page and send it your fiends.
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1. Simple Monster Truck Coloring Page:
Here is a simple outlined monster truck coloring page to introduce your kid to the world of automobiles. Monster trucks are vehicles with large wheels and a huge suspension. The body of this truck is styled after a standard pickup truck, but it is the huge wheels that set monster trucks apart from other vehicles. Monster trucks are purposely built with large suspension and wheels to use for sports and competition. These humungous trucks can easily run over human-made barriers. But don’t fret, as they come equipped with a shutdown switch so that they will never get out of control.
2. Dragon’s Breath:
Here’s a monster truck coloring sheets of Dragon’s Breath monster truck smashing cars underneath its massive wheels. The Dragon’s body is based loosely on the Chevrolet Corvette, except the strange paintings on its body. Dragon’s Breath is a newcomer in the in the monster truck scene. It debuted it 2011 in Detroit. The highlight of this monster truck was that it was driven by Becky McDonough, the first female driver in the monster jam circuit.
3. Grave Digger:
Grave Digger is another favorite Monster Truck of all times. Grave Differ was originally conceived as a mud-bogging truck, which gave it the name. It received its permanent status when it was built as a full-fledged monster truck. Grave Digger also defeated the Big Foot in the race. Grave Digger is now considered the ultimate defining style of the vehicle. The Grave Digger is not outlandishly stylish but has a body that can mount backward on the chassis, giving you some outstanding visuals. Till date, 26 Grave Diggers has been built.
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4. El Toro Loco:
Here is a printable Monster Truck coloring pages of El Toro Loco monster truck zooming down the road. El Toro Loco was created by Frankish in 2001. El Toro Loco is one of the most menacing looking monster trucks. This stunner has a purple and black body with piercing green eyes. Its fantastic bodywork is a huge hit with children, but unfortunately, the monster truck could never be a reliable performer in any racing competition. El Toro Loco found its niche in freestyle. In fact, it also provided memorable stunts in the freestyle Monster Truck competition.
5. Mater Monster Truck:
The cute Mater truck you see is Monster Truck Mater, one of the major characters from the “Cars Toons” series. Mater was a wrestler who liked wrestling with trucks bigger than him. He started his career in a mediocre wrestling ring by fighting a monster ice cream truck, I-Screamer. With his new look, new moniker and a new set of wheels, Mater was ready to take on the giant monster trucks. Everything was going well until he comes face to face with Dr. Frankenwagon, the Monster Jam champion. Have your child color Mater’s body in turquoise blue and red, his signature colors.
6. Big Foot:
It is one of the best Monster Truck pictures to color. Our compilation would be incomplete without including the coloring page of the originator of the genre, the Bigfoot. Build in 1975, Bigfoot was the brainchild of Bob Chandler, a construction worker. In total, there have been over 18 Bigfoot, including the popular Bigfoot Shuttle. One of the Bigfoots also had a three-dimensional body in the form of Snake Bite. Even today, Bigfoot continues to be in demand, all thanks to the Monster Truck races and competition.
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7. Batman Monster Truck:
Could there be anything more American than a combination of an iconic comic book figure and a monster truck? No, right! The Batman Monster Truck is a relatively new entrant in the Monster truck scene. It made its debut in 2006 and had already made its mark by winning the Monster Jam Finales in 2007 and 2008. Kids can have fun with these free printable Monster Truck coloring pages.
8. Mohawk Warrior:
Here’s a coloring page of Mohawk Monster Truck, another famous monster truck in the circuit. The Mohawk Warrior truck has an uncanny resemblance to George Balhan, the famous monster truck driver. The monster truck has a Mohawk hairstyle, just like its driver. This different looking truck debuted in Las Vegas in 2010.
9. Maximum Destruction:
Gear up your kid for the big show with this Maximum Destruction monster truck. Maximum Destruction also called Max D is a monster truck owned by Tom Meents. The truck has enjoyed immense success in its career. The truck is currently running on the Advance Auto Parts Monster Jam circuit. The Max-D monster truck was based on the popular wrestler Goldberg. Tom Meents used much of Goldberg’s graphics and color schemes while designing the monster truck.
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10. Monster Jam:
The Monster Jam is a Motorsport event organized and operated by the Feld Entertainment. At the Monster Jam shows, the monster trucks face off in two different kinds of competition- freestyle and racing. These shows are held throughout the year, with maximum shows held in winter. The Monster Jams are mostly held in Canada and United States, but the organizers are also considering other locations like Costa Rica, Australia, Europe, and Mexico. But the finals of the Monster Jams can be held only in Nevada Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas.
Our monster truck coloring pictures are both fun and informative. These images vary in difficulty levels, making them suitable for kids of all ages. So your child is guaranteed to have a fun learning experience while filling these diagrams with colors. Which of these monster trucks does your kid like the most? Share his choice with us in the comment section below.1. Simple Monster Truck Coloring Page: