Students impressed, inspired by 11,000 pound monster truck, called the "Crushtation"

High School students got an upfront and personal look at a vehicle that has wowed crowds for the past five years. The massive monster truck,

The massive monster truck, called the

The massive monster truck, called the "Crustation" is now on display for students at Eastern Long Island Academy of Applied Technology in Riverhead. (1/30/14)

RIVERHEAD - The massive monster truck, called the "Crushtation" is now on display for students at Eastern Long Island Academy of Applied Technology in Riverhead.

The vehicle was shown to inspire the students, many of whom are interested in the Automative repair field.

The 11,000-pound custom-made truck was designed by Greg Winchenbach. Winchebach is a former lobsterman from Maine, hence the truck's name - the Crushtation. 

The Crushtation will be at the Nassau Coliseum this weekend.

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