A hopped up car or truck once belonging to any young male
baby boomer living in the Midwestern portion of the United
States in the 1960's through the early 80's. The Beast could be any new or old car or truck with no less than a V-8 engine with fancy wheels and tires, capable of burning
plenty of rubber. Commonly referred to as "The Beast or My Beast", many old baby boomers
still use this
eye-rolling term today when discussing their
vehicles in front of their
kids, especially when they tell them it's time to buy new "hooves" for The Beast.