COORS BREWSER

NEW OWNER: Carlos Cantu Arambula

OWNER: Scott Stephens of Spring, Texas

DRIVER: Kevin Ford

VEHICLE: 1989 long wheel base Chevy Silverado

ENGINE: Lycoming T-53 jet engine

HORSEPOWER: 1,800

TRANSMISSION: 3 speed

RUNNING GEAR: custom transfer case and 2 aluminum gear boxes, 5 ton axles with FWD planetaries.

SUSPENSION: 10 ton military springs, 16 chrome Trailmaster shocks.

TIRES: 66X43X25 inch Goodyear XT Terras

FEATURES: a flame thrown fro the front of the engine that can be adjusted from 2 feet to 25 feet above the hood via a 200 psi. electric pump.

WEIGHT: 15,000 lbs.

Hola ¡ Dennis I bought the COORS BREWER jet truck from Scott Stephens back in 1991 and brought it to Monterrey Mexico, my place of residence. There are no sports monster trucks in Mexico so we use this for shows and have been all over the country. We even participate in a movie picture. At present time, the truck is in good shape but the turbine is almost gone. I wonder if you could help me to contact Scott Stephens so I can get some info for the replacement of this turbine engine. I will be sending you a collection of photos of the shows we have had in Mexico. My brother Agustin bought the first truck Scott ever build this was a regular Chevy. Engine truck. Unfortunately it was a total loss after a highway accident. I hope you can help me to contact Scott Stephens so I can get this truck back in the show.

Tank you very much. Saludos. Carlos Cantu Arambula.

 

Scott Stephens let me use these shots.

This happened on Baker Oregon icy roads.

I built this model for Scott Stephens. It was built using a Chevy Silverado, Bigfoot and a Lycoming T-53 Jet engine from a helicopter.

Cost to build; $23.oo Time to build; 25 hours Scale; 1/25th

Features; Hand fabricated frame, hood scoop, and roll bar. Completely hand painted.

 

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