How hard is it to find an SRT10?

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  1. cullen17

    cullen17 Senior Member

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    Im thinking about selling my truck because im going into the army and i will be without a vehicle for the better half of a year and i dont want to pay for it while im in training since its not what i really want. I want an SRT-10 and im wondering how hard it would be to find one once i get out of training? Im looking for a black regular cab preferbaly with lowish miles but im not sure how common a low mile SRT10.
     
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    Easy to find.
    Especially with you being that close to Houston.
    Finding a low mileage black one may be a little harder but I'm betting you'll have no problem.
     
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    Yeah u can find them pretty easy here in Houston look on craigslist or autotrader but once you find one you like try to get it they sell fast if they look good low miles and espically the updated 3rd gen body style I was going to get one before I got my r/t but lost my chance on 2 for moving to slow on it and calling literally a couple hours after it got sold
     
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    Theres a few on craigslist here in houston and i had a chance at one a few weeks back a dealership had one with like 90k miles and they wanted 19,000 for it i thought that was kinda high but after looking at craigslist it seems about right.
     
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    I thought you said lower miles?!
     
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    yea thats why i let that one get away to many miles
     
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    Ditto previous posts...I've seen them on Craigslist fairly regularly.


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    I think the reg cabs are the easiest to find because when they brought out the QC SRT-10 folks were trading SC for QC. I see SR-10 Rams all around my area...
     
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    For 4800 miles on the clock, I'd pay it. That truck is mint, I often wonder about transplanting a Viper V-10 into my 4WD... I think it would be pretty sweet and it would be the only one in the world. That is if someone hasn't already stolen my idea.
     

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