36,800 Original Miles


Manual Transmission
8.3L V10
505 hp @ 5600 rpm*
525 lb/ft torque @ 4200 rpm*
Capable 0-60 MPH: 4.9 seconds
Top Speed: 155 mph
*Base Price in 2004: $45,795


*Seller Asking:


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Fast Facts:

  • The 6spd manual transmission was only available in the 2 door Regular Cab. The automatic transmission, appearing in 2005, could only be had in the 4 door Quad Cab. The 48RE 4spd auto from the HD diesel line was used, granting the SRT-10 a towing capacity of 7500 lbs. In comparison, Dodge didn’t bother giving the short wheelbase, manual trans SRT-10 a tow rating, as they didn’t encourage towing with it
  • This truck was created by the Dodge PVO (Performance Vehicle Operations) division, using Viper and Plymouth Prowler engineers. Surprisingly, this truck saw extensive wind tunnel testing when developing the aero, such as the front bumper and rear wing. The rear wing alone added 165 pounds of downforce at high speeds. However, engineers knew that it wouldn’t appeal to all buyers, so they made it easily removable for truck duty
  • The hood scoop isn’t connected to an intake – it’s designed to pressurize the engine bay and push out hot air, keeping the engine temperature in check
  • The forged wheels on this truck weigh 78lbs … each!
  • The V10 engine literally came straight from the Viper. The only modifications were the ones necessary to make it fit inside the Ram (revised oil pan, motor mounts, exhaust manifolds, and different water outlet to fit the Ram’s cooling system)
  • While the Tremec T56 is borrowed from the Viper, it is modified for SRT-10 duty. The upgrades include gears made of a harder steel and with a different helical cut to support the extra 2,000 lb weight of the Ram truck
  • Bilstein shocks were standard, and a 5th additional shock is added on the rear axle to prevent wheel hop. Other suspension mods include a rear anti-roll bar, a 1″ ride height drop in front, a 2.5″ drop in the rear, stiffer springs, and a highly effective traction bar system
  • The brakes and cooling system came from the RAM HD (brakes were modified for SRT duty). The bumper featured brake ducts for cooling
Key Model Year Changes:

  • First year of the SRT-10, built from 2004 to 2006
  • The automatic trans came out in 2005 in Quad Cab only. The Quad Cab featured a larger 34 gal fuel tank (vs 26 gal in the Reg cab)
  • The automatic used a two piece driveshaft vs the 6spd’s single massive 4.5″ aluminum driveshaft
  • In 2005, the rear axle ratio switched from a 4.11 to 4.56 in both the automatic and manual models
  • 2005 also saw the front brakes upgraded from 2 piston to new 4 piston calipers designed by TRW. Also received a new three channel ABS system
  • 2006 simply offered new paint colors, like Mineral Grey

Seller Notes:

  • 2nd owner
  • 6spd Manual
  • Garage kept
  • Clean title history
  • Maintenance is current. Recently detailed

  • Location: Indianapolis, Indiana – (more photos below)
  • UPDATE: ad is no longer available (sold or expired)

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*SAE rated from factory. May not reflect current output
*Performance numbers pulled from reputable automotive road tests
*Base price when new does not reflect original MSRP of this particular car, nor does it reflect what the original owner paid for it
*Advertised price at time of posting. Sellers can raise or lower prices on their original ad at any time. Click on the original ad to view current price/availability
Mileage Disclaimer: NOC has not confirmed if the mileage stated by the seller is true and accurate. It is up to the buyer to verify these claims. Vehicle history reports, service records stating mileage, and even inspections of odometer tampering are recommended.


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