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A Desperate Call for Ram to Bring back the SRT-10 Before it’s too Late

A Desperate Call for Ram to Bring back the SRT-10 Before it’s too Late

Pick-up trucks are still popular on the North American market and Chrysler’s sub-brand, R.A.M., continues to provide a variety of trims from its fifth-generation RAM truck. With that said, if you want a regular cab Dodge/RAM truck, you might be out of luck. The fourth-generation RAM 1500 brought back the single-cab after a few years …

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Rezzetano defends T2 championship with tricky Runoffs win

The second of three Hagerty Race Days came to a close late Saturday afternoon with an exciting Touring 2 (T2) contest during the 59th SCCA National Championship Runoffs taking place Sept. 24-Oct. 2 at Virginia International Raceway (VIR) in Alton, VA. Conditions were tricky as three-quarters of the 18-turn, 3.27-mile circuit was dry; but the …

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AUCTION: 27,500-Mile 2004 Dodge Ram SRT-10 ‘VCA’ Edition:

With 500 horsepower and 525 lb.-ft. of torque on tap, the 2004 Dodge Ram SRT-10 was the ultimate performance truck in the mid-2000s. In today’s market, the SRT-10 has become a highly sought collectible. 2004 Dodge Ram SRT-10 ‘VCA’ edition. (Bring A Trailer). For those of the VCA who wished to purchase one of the …

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Here’s the Next-Generation Dodge Viper That Will Probably Never Exist

It’s been four years since Dodge discontinued the Viper and we’re still hoping that the nameplate will return soon. The Viper was unlike any other American car. It featured a sleek and powerful design, a massive V-10 engine under the hood, and delivered outstanding performance on both the road and track. Dodge isn’t planning on …

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Only 1 Person Has Spent the Monster Cash to Buy a New Dodge Viper This Year (So Far)

The 25-year production run of America’s premier supercar, the Dodge Viper, ended when the last unit rolled off the line at the iconic Conner Avenue Assembly plant in Detroit, Michigan, on August 31, 2017, after its discontinuation by then-Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA). During its life, the Dodge Viper was a testament to the limits of …

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