The “Sin City Hustler” started out as a normal Ford Excursion SUV, but after tuning shop Big Toyz Racing (BTR) got their hands on it, the vehicle became a 12-passenger monster truck. Measuring 32-feet long and 12-feet high, it’s built on a tube frame chassis, and features four-wheel-steering, while rolling on 66-inch tires suspended by 26-inch nitrogen filled shocks. Power comes from a monstrous 700-horsepower 521 cubic-inch big block Ford V8. To keep things somewhat classy, entry to the cabin is via a private jet-style drop down staircase at the rear. Click here to view the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one explaining the lost Star Wars movie that was written, but never made.