August 7, 2019 (Pacific, MO) – It is such a huge honor for Bob Chandler to have been inducted into the SEMA Hall of Fame. But, this award is also a testament to our company, our sponsors and our WONDERFUL fans for the past 44 years! This wasn’t accomplished by just a few; it took all of us together to make BIGFOOT and this sport as popular as it is.

Thank you to our BIGFOOT family both past and present.  It took all of our hard work, commitment and passion to make this all possible.

Thank you to all of our sponsors.  We would not be here without all of your help, commitment, and most of all, your loyalty to our brand!

A special thanks to you our fans! As we are coming up on our 45th anniversary and 5th generation of fans, the loyalty, love and passion from all of you is amazing!  It makes the hard work, long hours and weeks away from home all worth it.  It’s hard not to admire the stories you tell from your memories of BIGFOOT, the stories from recent events and especially the smile and twinkle in the eyes of a toddler witnessing their first event. We can’t thank you enough!


July 26, 2019 (Anaheim, CA) – From SEMA.org:  About 500 members of the automotive specialty-parts industry attended the 2019 SEMA Installation & Gala, themed “Recognizing Leaders and Legends,” at the Anaheim Marriott in Anaheim, California, on July 26, to pay tribute to the specialty-equipment industry’s pioneers and dedicated volunteers.

Jessi Combs and Jarod DeAnda served as the evening’s emcees. Honorees included the SEMA Hall of Fame class of 2019—Bob Chandler, Bigfoot 4×4; Bruce Crower, Crower Cams & Equipment Co.; and Marla Moore, Legendary Companies. -Chad Simon SEMA

Bob Chandler: Chandler is the creator and owner of one of the most iconic vehicles to have ever graced the planet: Bigfoot—the Ford F-250 pickup that is credited with starting the monster truck craze nearly 45 years ago. Chandler created Bigfoot in 1975 when his personal off-roading passion led him to a series of truck modifications, including bigger tires, bigger axles and rear steering. At the time, monster trucks didn’t exist, and Bigfoot gained national attention at car shows, making television appearances and eventually spawning 20 clones that continue to tour the country today. Bigfoot paved the way for an entire market of monster trucks and has influenced the truck industry as a whole. – SEMA News


Click on the following link to hear Bob’s speech from July 26, 2019 in Anaheim, CA, and keep on the lookout for more BIGFOOT News!

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