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Towmeister is reoccurring vehicle in Carmageddon -series. It's usually piloted by Psycho Pitbull.

Carmageddon & Splat Pack

Carmageddon vehicle
Internal opponent number 20
Strength (1 - 5) 4
Network availability all

Driver Unknown
Race number 22
Top speed 160 mph
Kerb weight 2.0 tons
0 - 60 mph in 9.1 seconds
Stealworthy Green tickY
"Like a rabid scrapyard dog, he’ll come baying for your blood and your engine oil. If he catches you... it’s hamburger time."


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The car is customized 1940's style tow truck with chopped top and yellow paint job. It has number 22 on side. It has locomotive style single headlight and cowcatcher.


It has similar performance to Caddy Fat Cat, but is slightly slower and has better armor.


  • There are a number of trailer and towing companies globally named TowMaster.
    • Looking at the name, "Meister" means "Master" in German.


Carmageddon (PlayStation)

Towmeister is vehicle in Carmageddon (PlayStation).

Carmageddon (PlayStation) vehicle
Driver Pitbull
Race number 22
Top speed 289 km/h (180 mph)
Kerb weight 4.7 tonnes
0-100 km/h in 9.0 seconds
Cost $177,000


Playstation-version of Towmeister is almost identical to it's C1 counterpart sans lower polycount. Main difference is lack of running-boards. Although itis unnamed like rest of Playstation 1 vehicles are, it's clearly identifiable as Towmeister.


Pitbull is man with wide mouth, messy hair and unibrow. His appearance does not match with Psycho Pitbull, usual driver of the vehicle. It is unknown if he is same person as Psycho Pitbull.


Carmageddon: TDR 2000

Tow Meister is vehicle in Carmageddon: TDR 2000.

Carmageddon TDR 2000 vehicle
Tow Meister
Car Descriptor order 27
Network availability novelty

Driver Hugh Jorgen
Driver's short name
Race number 22
Top speed 127 mph
Kerb weight 2.9 tons
0 - 60 mph in 7.5 seconds
Cost Unknown
"Watch ya toes"


It is pretty faithful to it's Carmageddon counterpart. However it has slightly bigger wheels and greenhouse. It is also less arrow shaped than original. This TDR 2000 version was manufactured by Kille, and the license plate reads HL BLY (Hillbilly).


Towmeister is well armored and can hit hard, but is suffers from very poor accerelation and top speed, making it sub-par choice for career mode.



  • The reason Towmeister was created for TDR 2000 was because of a poll done by SCi, which was to choose the top 5 cars from both the original Carmageddon, and Carmageddon II to be made for TDR 2000. Towmeister was one of the winners on the C1 side. The others were Electric Blue, Vlad MK. 1, Suppressor and King Merc[1].
  • Two Tow Meisters appear in the Traffic Jam mission.
  • Towmeister was modified into two vehicles cut from the final game, blue and red monster trucks. Screenshot of blue one was used as base for The Yeti. Making it one of the most reused models alongside with TNT.

Carmageddon: Reincarnation

"This rabid scrapyard dog has motor oil coursing through his veins and methane seeping from his... bovine victims."

Towmeister first appeared in pre-release engine shots.


Unlike earlier iterations, this incarnation of Towmeister downplays locomotive design cues and replaces them with more dog oriented decorations. The car is customized 1940's style tow truck with extremely chopped top and rusty yellow paint job. It has number 22 and picture of dog headed woman in bikini on bed side. It's front bumper is reminiscent of jaws of a dog.



Carmageddon: Crashers

Carmageddon: Crashers vehicle
Driver Psycho Pitbull
Race number 22

The Towmeister apperared in Carmageddon: Crashers.


Stage 2 of Crasher's Towmeister is almost identical to it's Carmageddon: Reincarnation counterpart, with added double rear lights.

Stage 0

Compared to it's Reincarnation counterpart, Stage-0 lacks upper jaw, exhaust pipes and rotating engine part.

Stage 1

Upgrade stage-1 moves front bumper forward and adds upper jaw above it. Stage-1 also adds three exhaust pipes on both sides of bonnet.

Stage 2

Stage-2 makes jaws bigger and adds slice on hood with protruding spiked wheel and extra pair of rear lights.

Stage 3

Stage-3 replaces an exhaust pipes, crane, rear bumper and rear fenders with different designs. It also removes all the blood. The decals on the side are partially obstructed by the rear fender.

Stage 4

Stage-4 adds extra support for the crane. It also adds covers for rear lights and moves mounts of upper jaw.

Stage 5

Final stage again makes the jaws larger. It also adds extra set of lights on the roof and replaces grille with a lighted skull-design and tow hook with double tow hook.There's also a circular saw on the crane which the game's files call MurderSpikerDiskOfDeath.



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The Slums The Green Hammer · Killa Kart · Knave · The Machine · TNT
The Docks The Boss · Femme Fatal · Limey · SXE Black Hatch · Throb Rod · Tow Meister
HiRise Big Wig · Electric Blue · Gorvette · Husky · Jadead · Shark · Vlad · The Vulture · White Trash
Military Zone The Chef · The Cutter · King Merc · McKilem · Soul Harvester · Stormbringer · Witch Doctor
Back of Beyond The Fortress · HFB Terra · The Spectre · Thummper
Unlockables Cop Car · Da Panzer · Master Mine · New Suppressor · Suppressor · Wraith
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