Evaluation: VCA Edition model, one of 52 built with rights to purchase selected via raffle. Showing just 192 miles and no age to speak of. These Viper trucks have been selling for more and more money lately (just like Vipers have) and this is absolutely a collector-grade example.
Bottom Line: The SRT-10 serves no real purpose as a pickup. “Cement-truck ride, cement-truck noise, fuel mileage worse than a cement truck’s” is how Car and Driver summed it up. But the whole point of the Ram SRT-10 is that it’s outrageous, and nobody builds anything like it anymore. As Viper prices have exploded over the past year the Viper trucks have appreciated in a big way too, just less dramatically. This VCA (Viper Club of America) has been treated as a collectible since new and may never roast its tires at this price, which isn’t a record number but is close.