El Toro Loco Monster Truck can sense fear in its opponents and is a raging bull. The custom-built bull was first introduced to the public in 2001. It won the Freestyle Championship title at 2004 Monster Jam World Finals(r) a few years later. In 2012, El Toro Loco grew to four trucks and added additional drivers to help this five-ton beast, including Becky McDonough and Chuck Werner.

The Monster Jam truck is one of the most well-known in the sport. This crazy bull can always be relied upon to put its best foot forward in the ring. In 2013, El Toro Loco debuted two new looks. The ever-popular orange El Toro Loco Monster Jam truck was joined by a yellow and black El Toro Loco Monster Jam vehicle. The El Toro Loco Monster Jam trucks, which will be the new additions to the fleet, will remain a fan favourite and continue to display the same “raging” style that made the crazy bull so popular.

The official Monster Jam El Toro Loco Monster Truck is now available in 1:64 scale! The Monster Jam is lean and mean. It features more graphics and details than ever! This is equipped with official BKT tires, chrome-plated rims and authentic chrome detailing.

This 1:64 scale truck also comes with a driver who is molded into the seat, and a collectible Monster Jam driver figurine. You can even create your own Monster Jam arena! The Monster Jam truck in 1:64 scale is fun-sized! With so many trucks to collect, it’s easy to keep track with the collectors poster. Get started building your Monster Jam collection now!

El Toro Loco Monster Truck Madness

Monster trucks require you to be comfortable in uncertainty and chaos. However, building monster trucks requires you to master the chaos of inventory control and know what stock you have. Racesource Inc. is a leading manufacturer of parts and components for racing and monster truck industry. Before adopting a smooth inventory tracking system, they had a difficult time with Excel inventory control.

Racesource is a manufacturer and distributor of high-quality parts and components for racing. They are also part of the El Toro Loco Monster Truck Grave Digger team. Although they initially managed their inventory using Excel, they quickly grew and needed a better system to manage it.

Case Study: How to make the switch from Excel Chaos into Inventory Control

Paul Huffaker (Vice President) realised that Excel wasn’t working as well for Racesource’s inventory management. The Excel spreadsheet took at least an hour per week to manually update the inventory. It was a waste of money to order or manufacture parts that weren’t necessary. Racesource was unable to track individual items and the assemblies they were a part of.