High Roller was a Ford F-350 monster truck that ran from 2002-2005. The truck is most notable for being driven by Neil Elliott and Phil Foster, and was made to advertise the Monster Jam World Finals throughout the winter season, despite not having competed at any of the World Finals events.
- 2000 - High Roller appears in advertisements for the Pay-Per View of the World Finals 2, advertised from mid 2000 to March 2001.
- 2001 - High Roller debuts under Neil Elliott on the former Steve Reynolds/Eldon DePew Bulldozer chassis.
- 2002 - The chassis runs as Hot Wheels under Eldon DePew at Monster Jam World Finals 3
- 2003 - Phil Foster takes over as the main driver of High Roller, as a second PEI High Roller debuts under Ron Nelson. It was also run as High Roller (Hartsock) on Ragin Steel (Hartsock) for Pontiac's second 2003 event. Steve Reynolds violently wrecked the truck during freestyle, much to the dismay of Scott Hartsock. During the summer, Ron Nelson was also involved in a violent mid-air collision with Grave Digger while driving High Roller in Yakima, WA. No footage of this crash has been released to the public.
- 2004 - The PEI High Roller becomes the main truck as the front engined High Roller becomes Hot Wheels full time. It also received a new driver, Lonny Childress. It runs as Advance Auto Parts Metal Monster for the Monster Jam World Finals 5 pit party.
- 2005 - High Roller is retired, and Lonny Childress steps back from driving. The PEI chassis is converted into Bulldozer, driven by Lonny's brother, Jason Childress.
- The Hot Wheels toy of this truck was originally going to be released in 2005, but for unknown reasons, it was cancelled. Fortunately, it was resurrected and released in 2010.
- Interestingly, both versions of the Hot Wheels diecast for the truck had the decals on that are on the hood of the truck also placed on the tailgate of the truck, instead of having specific dates for the World Finals of each year, as the real truck runs. This was likely to help in giving the truck a more general design, rather then catering to one particular year.
- In 2003, drivers had their locations based on the Theme of the truck, Phil Foster location is Las Vegas, NV (despite it's true location his Paxton, Illinois) showing how the truck is an advertisement for the World Finals.