This 2006 Dodge Ram SRT-10 is probably the nastiest pickup of all time, and given the way fuel prices and economy concerns are growing, well, it''s not likely that anyone will ever top it. Beautifully kept and showing just 24,321 original miles, this sinister pickup practically screams, "Future collectable!" Only 200 regular cab SRT-10s were built with the "Night Runner" package and it was only available in 2006, making this the SRT-10 you want to own. Anything with a Viper V10 in it should probably qualify as a menace to society, but this one doesn''t hide its intentions. No, in addition to the brilliant black paint job, it gets silver stripes, a hood scoop and chin spoiler, and a hard-shell tonneau cover with matching stripes and a wing out back, none of which help it keep a low profile. The Night Runner package also included black chrome grille inserts and plenty of badging, just in case this truck''s subtlety was lost on you. Like many high-end machines purchased today, the owner knew that he was preserving something special for the future, so the paint is as new and has been expertly washed and waxed since day one. There''s absolutely no evidence of accidents and if this truck has seen more than an accidental rain storm, I''d be very surprised. Seeing a full-sized pickup with bucket seats, a console, and a manual transmission is still a unique experience, and you can see Viper DNA throughout this truck''s interior. Those grippy chairs look like they belong in something low and sleek, and with SRT-10 embroidery on the headrests, they''re obviously intended for special vehicles only. The Night Runner package also included the piano black center stack and console overlays that give it a very high-tech look. Just about everything was standard equipment in the SRT-10 (it''s not like you were taking it to the job site, right?), ranging from A/C to power windows and locks, to a spectacular AM/FM/CD/satellite stereo, and heated power seats. You know this truck is serious about performance when you see that big, red "ENGINE START" button the dash and a 160 MPH speedometer in the dash. And like the exterior, everything inside this pickup is as new and very nicely preserved. The bed is still practical and offers a drop-in bedliner, but with that hard tonneau cover, it''s probably better to think of it as the world''s biggest trunk. Does the Viper''s 8.3-liter V10 engine really need any introduction? The most radical American powerplant since the Hemi, it seems like a natural fit in the Ram''s cavernous engine bay. It looks downright spectacular sitting there with its bright red rocker covers and that gorgeous intake plenum, and even in 5000 pounds of pickup truck, performance is eye-watering. The official stats are 510 horsepower and 525 pounds of torque, enough to push this truck to 153 MPH (so no, that speedometer is not superfluous). It also uses the Viper''s 6-speed manual transmission combined with tall 4.56 gears that make it the ultimate tire smoking machine. Giant brakes are part of the package, as well as a lowered high-performance suspension that makes it feel far more agile than you''d expect. An aftermarket exhaust system is the only modification and after you hear it, you''ll understand why it''s there. Special black chrome wheels came with the Night Runner package and wear 305/40/22 performance radials at all four corners. Rare, fast, and out-of-production almost always equals collectable, and few will argue that this truck doesn''t qualify. But in the meantime, you''ll own the nastiest pickup ever produced. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Dallas/Fort Worth showroom. For more information, please call (817) 764-8000 or toll free (855) 877-2707.