The Dodge Viper V10-powered Ram SRT10 is rather infamous. It was once the quickest accelerating pickup truck on the planet (capable of doing the 0-60 dance in 4.9 seconds) and with a confirmed top speed of 154 mph, it also held the official record as the world’s fastest production pickup.
Around 9,500 Ram SRT10s built during its three-year production run, so the sport pickup isn’t overly rare. If you’re looking for something similar to the ten-cylinder truck but a bit more unique – we implore you to have a look at this Viper V10-powered Dodge Dakota currently for sale on Craigslist in Boise, Indiana.
The truck started out life as your standard 2001 Dodge Dakota Sport, however the owner has since converted it into a mid-size, early 2000s take on the Ram SRT10. It packs an 8.0-liter Viper V10 under the hood (dyno’d at 350 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque) and features a six-speed manual transmission. Full Hotchkis suspension and larger front brakes were also applied to help balance out the package.
The owner is asking a reasonable $23,000 for this personalized sport truck. That’s cheaper than the majority of used Vipers, but about on par with Ram SRT10 values. Check out the listing at this link and let us know in the comments if you think the package is worth the pricetag.