“Dodge's Performance Vehicle Operations group has created more than just a Pirelli-melting, 500-horse cargo bed in search of a chassis. The Ram SRT-10, the Big Bad Dodge, is a monster hauler that packs suspension, brakes, manners, visual attitude, and one heck of a kick to match.” –Motor Trend
Rev up your engines and get ready for the ride of a lifetime with the Viper Truck Dream Giveaway! We’re giving you the chance to win a 2004 Dodge Ram SRT-10 Viper truck, a monster hauler that packs a punch and turns heads wherever it goes.
It’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years since Dodge took the 505-cubic-inch V-10 that made the Viper so extraordinary and stuffed it between the frame rails of a RAM 1500. Even in today’s world of Hellcat-powered Chargers, Challengers, RAMs and Jeeps, the SRT-10 Viper truck is a testament to the muscle-car motto, “There is no replacement for displacement!” Not even the new Dodge Demon 170 can match its cubic inches!
So, what are you waiting for? Enter to win this 2004 Dodge STR-10 Viper truck now.
The 2004 Dodge SRT-10 Viper truck is a half-ton of old-school horsepower fun. Mashing the pedal or manually shifting the gears - what’s more fun? While you’re pondering that question, let’s lay down a fact for you. At the time of its introduction, the Dodge Viper truck was the most powerful production street-legal half-ton pickup ever built, beating the Ford Lightning and the Chevrolet Silverado SS in power and speed.
The 160-mph speedometer and a 7000-rpm tachometer aren’t just for show. Dodge designed the Viper truck to do 150 mph and the big, meaty 10-inch wide, 22-inch factory wheels wrapped in 305/40/22 performance tires put an entire foot of tread on all four corners.
The SRT-10 Viper truck has the suspension, brakes, manners and visual attitude to match its extra helping of horsepower. Dodge engineers modified the Ram’s rack and pinion steering and independent front suspension for use in the Viper truck. A fully hydroformed Dodge Ram frame was used in conjunction with a custom-tuned suspension, lowering the Ram SRT-10's ride height one inch in the front and 2.5 inches in the rear. Bilstein shock absorbers, performance-tuned springs and unique aerodynamic aids were used to enhance the Ram SRT-10's higher-speed performance. An additional 5th shock was used on the rear axle to prevent wheel hop during wheel-spin.
Enter to win our Viper Truck Dream Giveaway and your new daily driver could be this awesome 500-horsepower Dodge Ram SRT-10 Viper truck. Get your entries now.
The Dodge SRT-10 Viper truck was a limited-edition and sold only from 2004-2006. Some folks resisted the urge to drive the dickens out of them. That’s where this grand-prize Viper truck comes in. It has 6,600 miles since new and remains in showroom condition 20 years after it first arrived at a Dodge dealer.
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