Arnold Schwarzenegger showed yet again that he just doesn’t do small! The Terminator star was spotted (well you couldn’t miss him) hopping into his gigantic MONSTER truck in Santa Monica, Los Angeles.
The now 70-year-old, former world champion bodybuilder and action star, showed off his silver pick-up truck made by Mercedes-Benz called a ”’UNIMOG” which is also a vehicle of choice for the German army. It retails around $250,000!
The Monster truck has been modified to fit the roads of LA and has been customized by the German company Merex / Mertec. It even had a WARN 15000 winch attached to the front and at one point a random woman walked past and couldn’t resist hanging on it! We’re glad Arnie wasn’t around…
Arnie has a huge collection of cars, motorbikes, and SUVs including a silver convertible Bugatti, several Hummers (well he did invent the commercial version!), a Bentley sports car, an Escalade SUV, a Harley Davidson and a bright orange Dodge Challenger to name just a few.
As he reversed the Unimog the beeping sound could be heard warning everyone around to stay out of the Governator’s way!
Arnold Schwarzenegger returned to his action-star status in the comedy film Why We’re Killing Gunther (2017).
Arnie who starred in Predator (1987) was seen filming exterior scenes in Vancouver, Canada, wearing an unusual outfit for the film. He plays the lead role, Gunther.
The plot follows some disgruntled assassins who try to kill a rival hitman. Arnold Schwarzenegger will be joined by Cobie Smulders, Bobby Moynihan, Paul Brittain, Kumail Nanjiani, Randall Park and Ryan Gaul in the comedy.
SNL’s Taran Killam made his directorial debut while directing the Terminator star Arnold Schwarzenegger on set in costume with a gun! Check out the pics here: Arnold Schwarzenegger Returns To Action Star Status Firing A Bazooka!
Arnie shook hands with some fans waiting for him before driving home! Get Outta The Way!
Arnold Schwarzenegger Trivia: Arnold Schwarzenegger was born on July 30, 1947 in a small village called Thal in the Austrian state of Styria.