A combination of a 1982 International Transtar semi, a Westinghouse turbojet and an afterburner from a T-2 Buckeye, the Pyro can reach speeds of 300 mph. Behind the cabin, the two stacks turn either propane or nitrogen-propelled diesel into 30-foot-high spikes of flame. It also comes with its own light show, because no monster truck display is complete without a touch of disco.
The current owners, who cart Pyro to demonstrations around the world, say they're looking to build its successor, and so it's time to move the old merchandise. Of course it's landed on eBay for the reasonable price of $75,000, or perhaps a trade in jet engine parts for Pyro Jr. Here's Pyro showing some appreciation for the people who make its fuel.