Sometimes, the Motor Gods smile – even as the government frowns. Have a look at this bit of old-school American greatness – the SRT-ized version of the Dodge Durango. It’s packing the same 6.4 liter Hemi (475 hp) they put in the amped-up SRT versions of the Challenger and Hellcat. Zero to 60 in just over 4 seconds, with five of your friends along for the ride!
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I really wish I could afford to buy, maintain, and insure this thing. The irrational/emotional temptation to own a beast like this is strong.
When I was 10 and helping my one day to be BIL build a 46 Ford pickup into a Lincoln powered rod I learned the old axiom :You can never have too much power. Just heard a friend say same when we were discussing diesel pickups.
That stirred some memories. In Texas we even make our pickups sound that way.
A friend used to go so far as to order a new pickup, drive it just until he got the new engine built with a couple days he could change it out.
See that factory 454 turn into a chrome bedecked, tube header, Holley carbed beast. Lunati cam, 12.5:1 CR, dual point distributor, etc. Would break the huge tires loose in 2nd with the bed loaded with heavy stuff.
His last like that pulled an 18 wheeler grossing over 120,000 lbs 10 miles in freezing drizzle in 4 wheel high. Says something for that TurboHydramatic too.
God bless FCA for sticking to the v8. I need to go buy a srt model just to let FCA know not to give up on these types of cars.