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Monster Garage 1970 Ford Ranchero Low Bull Rider
Quantity Views Date Posted
1 8405 10/20/2008
Asking Price Shipping Amount Condition
$8,500.00 None Auction Results
Description: Offered For Sale at the:
Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction
January, 2008, Scottsdale, Arizona


Barrett-Jackson Auction Company
7400 E Monte Cristo Ave
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Phone: 480-421-6694
Facsimile: 480-421-6697
Website: www.barrett-jackson.com


Monster Garage 1970 Ford Ranchero Low Bull Rider
8,500
LotNumber 434
This 4,300-pound low-ridin', high-buckin' bull started out as a 1970 Ford Ranchero before Jesse and his crew fed it a week's diet of 12 batteries, eight solenoids and four hydraulic pumps and cylinders. Not to mention a mean set of 6' steer horns as a hood ornament. The hydraulics include four pumps and four dumps with .5-inch Parker Plumbing, four #8 wire hoses, four strokes, 2.5-ton coil springs (in front) and 2-ton coil springs (in rear), 14-inch casings with 8-inch shafts in front and 16-inch casings with 10-inch shafts in rear. Special welds include MIG-welded chassis, front A-arm reinforcement and rear stroke platform, as well as Jesse James TIG welding expertise in constructing the monster bull frame in the rear bed. Additional machine parts include custom-built battery racks and front spring towers, as well as interior roll cage, sub-frame connectors and 6' horns on hood. The biggest challenge for the team was finding someone with the guts to ride it.


THE TEAM: Jesse James, custom-bike builder/designer, West Coast Choppers, Long Beach, CA, Chad Denton, bull rider, Oroville, CA, Eric Jones, hydraulics expert, Pro Hopper Inc., Van Nuys, CA, Quinter Pittillo, custom-car builder, Sacramento, CA, Edgar Sifuentes, hydraulics expert, Pro Hopper Inc., Van Nuys, CA, and Rob Smets, bull fighter, Shamrock, TX.


VEHICLE SPECS: Engine: 8.5:1 351 Cleveland; Carburetor: 4-barrel; Transmission: C4 automatic; Front Axle: individual A-arm independent suspension; Rear Axle: fully reinforced Ford 9"; Chassis: custom-built Monster Garage chassis made from 2' box tubing; Front Suspension: A-arm independent with chain-suspension limiters; Rear Suspension: leaf and coil springs with chain-suspension limiters; Front Brakes: disc; Rear Brakes: drum; Tires: 275/70/13 white walls; Wheels: custom white powdercoated 100-spoke 13x7 Enzo wheels; Electronics: includes Pro Hopper 10-hole switch box, 16 solenoids and four electric motors. Paint: custom air-brushed bull and stretched leather effect by Mike LaValle. Height: 5' when frame on ground; 7' when lifted up; Width: 70"; Length: 11' Ground Clearance: 4' hopping; 0" slammed; Weight: 3,300 pounds stock; 4,300 pounds with hydraulics added.
Keywords: Monster Garage 1970 Ford Ranchero Low Bull Rider


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