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Bret "The Hitman" Hart was a monster truck based on the wrestler of the same name. This version was never made in real life, and would have most likely been made by Team Bigfoot, due to both the Ford body style, and the team's involvement with every other WCW themed truck at the time. It appeared in MTM2 as a Wrestle truck. Even though it's full name is Bret "The Hitman" Hart, Army Armstrong just says "Bret Hart" for short in MTM2's commentaries. The truck featured a modified F-150 body style with 3D Glassed molded across the windshield.


Bret "The Hitman" Hart Fast Facts:
Owner: World Championship Wrestling
Vehicle Body: Ford F150 with custom sunglasses
Engine: 575 c.i. All Hart V-8, 1550 Horsepower
Transmission: TEC-9 Semi-automatic
Tires: Bone Crusher Super Traction, size 66 x 43 x 25
Shocks: Killshot Shocks, nitro charged
Suspension: Super Sponge Suspension Works, Inc.
Axles: Hard Target hardened steel axles
Height: 10 feet, 8 inches
Width: 11 feet, 6 inches
Weight: 10,880 pounds


Sponsors: WCW


Truck information:

Bret "The Hitman" Hart, the truck, is a member of World Championship Wrestling just like its wrestler counterpart. Along with Stinger, it tries to bring down "Hollywood" Hogan and The Outsiders, both of the New World Order. Like the wrestler it represents, the Bret "The Hitman" Hart monster truck is chock-full of moves calculated to terminate its opponents. Bret's motto is: "The best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be." What's Bret's signature move? The Sharpshooter, of course.


So can someone make the Truck?


P.S. Here's the link to the Stock Truck Textures from MTM2 (that's been converted to gif file format)


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