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PICKUP 1500 SRT-10
8.3L V10 500hp 525ft. lbs.
Flame Red Clearcoat
Dark Slate Gray
6 Speed Manual
Front air conditioning Front air conditioning zones: dual Front airbags: dual In-Dash CD: 6 disc Premium brand Front air conditioning Front air conditioning zones: dual Front airbags: dual In-Dash CD: 6 disc Premium brand Radio: AM/FM ABS: 4-wheel Power brakes Steering wheel trim: leather Adjustable pedals: power Center console Cruise control Dimming rearview mirror: auto Multi-function remote: keyless entry Overhead console: front Power steering Steering wheel mounted controls: audio Steering wheel: tilt Axle ratio: 4.10 Limited slip differential: rear Front bumper color: chrome Rear bumper color: chrome Clock Gauge: tachometer Trip computer Exterior entry lights Front fog lights Side mirror adjustments: power Side mirrors: heated Driver seat power adjustments Front seat type: split-bench Upholstery: leather Anti-theft system: alarm Power door locks Tire type Wheel diameter: 22 inch Wheels: alloy Trailer hitch Front wipers: intermittent Pickup sliding rear window: manual Power windows Rear privacy glass Read More…
Four things you need to know about this beast: 1. 500 horsepower 2. 525 lb.-ft. of torque 3. 505 cubic inches 4. 500 watt sound system Dodge dominates in every category. Dodge engineers stuffing the Viper’s 8.3-liter, OHV, aluminum V-10 und...
Four things you need to know about this beast: 1. 500 horsepower 2. 525 lb.-ft. of torque 3. 505 cubic inches 4. 500 watt sound system Dodge dominates in every category. Dodge engineers stuffing the Viper’s 8.3-liter, OHV, aluminum V-10 under the Ram’s hood required numerous detail changes, including a revised intake system, oil pan, mounts, and cooling revisions. The only transmission offered is the same Tremec T56 six-speed manual used in the Viper. In the cockpit, you’ll find comfortable black leather buckets with “SRT-10” logos stitched across the backrests. The seat cushions and a deeply padded center-console lid are flat enough to accommodate a third, belted passenger. Behind the wheel is a full display of large and easy-to-read, silver-faced gauges including a 160-mph speedo and a 7000-rpm tach along with a pillar mounted oil pressure gauge. The SRT-10 spent some time in the company’s wind tunnel and learned a few lessons from Dodge’s NASCAR Craftsman Truck program, too. Up front, a deep front splitter reduces lift. Out back, a rear wing reduces drag and adds up to 165 pounds of downforce at track speeds. When you need the bed, you can easily remove the wing and stow it on top of the bedrails. Colors only came in black, red, or silver. This two owner car has a clean bill of health that includes a fresh service and full detail. Clean CarFax!! Call today!!! 239-285-4992