The garish, yellow truck spewed flames as it shot down the runway at a car show in Ontario, Canada over the weekend.
“It’s an awesome experience, you won’t believe it until you see it,” owner and driver Neal Darnell told the Daily Mail.
The modified ’57 Chevy is powered by three Pratt & Whitney J34-48 jet engines taken from US Navy training jets.
Darnell’s flame adorned vehicle generates a staggering 36,000 horsepower, and can sprint a quarter of a mile, the typical length of a drag strip, in just six-and-a-half seconds.
For comparison’s sake, the horsepower of the average truck on the road rarely exceeds 400, according to Motor Trend magazine.
The Shockwave was first build in 1984 by Less Shockley.