9 Jun


Price: $35,000

Email: for more info


Have your very own Mechanical Dragon / Dinosaur!!

Perform at Monster Truck Show, Air Shows, Drag Circle Track Racing / Night of Thrill-Fire Events, County Fairs, Dealer Promos and such. You could even be the star of the Burning Man Event at the Black Rock Desert!

Big enough to put on a great show (30′ long x 20′ high) but still small enough the pull behind a HD pickup truck or mid-duty truck!

Has hydraulic operated wings, head (4 different directions), mouth/jaws, neck, etc. All hand/foot operated by one person sitting inside using a camera system to see forward and back.

Also has fire shooting out of a few different spots in nose and shoots out of tail.

Built on large later model Bobcat Chassis so it has good forward and reverse speed and parts are easy to find at local dealer!

Books in well and for good money at indoor Monster Truck Shows! We just finished up our indoor season last weekend so is you chance to start doing your own bookings and shows!







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FOR SALE: One-of-a-kind Jet Turbine VW Engine

5 Jun

FOR SALE: One-of-a-kind Jet Turbine VW Engine

Custom Garrett turbine engine mated to VW transmission

Possible Applications: For any custom VW project, such as Sandrail, VW Bug, VW Van, anything that had an original VW air cooled engine.

Price: $4500
Contact: Email Paul

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More Turbine T-Bucket Footage- with FIRE SHOW!

30 May

1932 Ford Turbine T-Bucket Roadster….


29 May

Jet School Bus on Fox and Friends

7 Nov

Paul Stender and his Jet Powered School Bus made an appearance on Fox and Friends.  You can catch the video here.

Fox is causing a stir on Facebook with some ‘clickbait’ about the fuel consumption of our bus…it is getting alot of attention towards the video, those clever producers!

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Paul Stender is getting ready for The Great Georgia Airshow

8 Oct

Catch Paul Stender and his Jet Powered School Bus and Jet Outhouse this weekend at the Great Georgia Airshow

This October 11-12 at the Atlanta Regional Airport-Falcon Field

Heat Wave!

Heat Wave!


Jet Powered RZR had its Air Show Debut in 2014

19 Sep

The Jet Powered Polaris RZR was making the rounds at air shows in the US this summer.  Powered by a T-58 Jet Engine from a Sikorskey Helicopter,  you could hear it coming from about a mile away!


Have You Ever Seen A School Bus Race A MicroJet?

19 Sep

Me either, until the Winston-Salem Air Show 2014!  It took the entire length of runway, but the bus won!  That BD-5 MicroJet was smokin’ fast!

Jet School Bus vs microjet

Jet Doghouse Rides Again!

19 Sep

Our atomic dog was a crowd favorite at the Greenwood Lake Airshow in New Jersey!


Time to CHASE the cat!

Time to CHASE the cat!

Indy Boys, Inc. Building Four Engine Jet Semi for 2014

21 Oct


Indianapolis, IN- Today Indy Boys, Inc. is unveiling a one of a kind jet semi for 2014. It will be the first truck in the motorsports entertainment world to be powered by four jet engines. The truck is based on a classic ‘56 Ford Cabover Truck with the looks of a WWII warbird. Paul Stender, the builder of the jet semi he named “Spitfire” added a unique feature known as the Gatling Gun Burner Pop System, allowing the four J-85 jet engines to fire off in sequence, resulting in a rapid fire “boom, boom, boom!”

The Spitfire Semi features pop-riveted paneling, a checkered tailfin, and fuel tanks that lived a former life as drop tanks on an aircraft. A classic ‘shark face’ paint scheme is another nod to warbirds. Stender added two propane-fueled machine guns on the front of the truck, which pepper the air with loud gunfire noise.

The Spitfire is being booked for the 2014 air show season.

“I have built many jet powered trucks in my career, but nothing comes close to the excitement I feel as getting to install four engines on one semi. This will be the lightest and most aerodynamic truck yet and I am expecting to approach speeds near 400 MPH.”

For those that want a jet semi of their very own, look out for the upcoming issue of Model Cars magazine, which is featuring a “how to” article for making your own scale model Spitfire Semi.

Vehicle builder and driver Paul Stender has created some of the fastest and most unique jet powered vehicles that perform at air shows and events worldwide. Some of his most popular creations currently include a 367 MPH Jet Powered School Bus, a 70 MPH Jet Outhouse, and a ’67 Chevy Impala powered by a Cruise Missile engine.

In addition to their live performances in the United States and abroad, the team has been featured on the Discovery Channel, E!, CMT, Speed Channel, TLC, MSNBC, CNN, ESPN and many more.