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Hah, sure, why not... I can't go back too far, it gets rather embarrassing...

I'll Start with Current...

2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee TrackHawk
2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT










Also Current, 2006 Chrysler Crossfire SRT6







Now we begin Previous vehicles...

2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8





2006 Chrysler 300C SRT8





2005 Dodge Magnum R/T AWD







And finally - 2005 Dodge SRT4





And that's it, if I go any further back we would be looking at shameful GM and KIA stuff...
 

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Current rides and former Mopars

I've owned a lot of cars in my lifetime, so sharing them all would be crazy. I currently have 3 vehicles I drive: Trackhawk, C6 ZR1 with minor mods (632rwhp), and a twin-turbo C5 Z06 (654rwhp) that I bought new 16 years ago. Most recent Mopars are a '15 GC SRT and an '05 Ram SRT-10, which I installed a Gen IV Viper upgrade top-end (put out over 510rwhp). Fun truck.
 

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Current rides:
'88 E30M3 Original owner
'16 Rubicon Hard Rock
'18 TrackHawk
Previous whips:
'11 Audi Q7
'05 Audi S4 Avant 4.2 V8 6 speed
'95 JGC Limited 5.2 V8
'78 CJ5 401 V8
'81 323i Grey Market
'59 El Camino 283 V8
 

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Some of my favorites. Past and present, aside from the Trackhawk!

1997 993 C2S

Donor car: 1985 Euro Carrera rebuilt for the track

2011 SVT Raptor

2014 SVT Raptor

1997 993 TT S - 1 of 183 built.

2015 Alpina B6
 

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Some of my favorites. Past and present, aside from the Trackhawk!

1997 993 C2S

Donor car: 1985 Euro Carrera rebuilt for the track

2011 SVT Raptor

2014 SVT Raptor

1997 993 TT S - 1 of 183 built.

2015 Alpina B6
Please tell me you still have the 97 993TTS. I missed my chance to buy one of these, years ago, and massively regret passing up that opportunity as the current market has put that car out of my reach, possibly forever. Sames goes for a 500Km 1988.5 Lamborghini Countach. I don't have enough hands to form a facepalm large enough to express my frustration and regret for passing up both of those cars. Oh well, hindsight is always 20/20. Hope you still have it and if you do, I'm super jelly.
 

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Well, here is what I currently have for 4 wheeled toys, outside of the Trackhawk.

1989 Porsche 944 Turbo 23,000 miles

2001 Audi S8 with a 6-speed manual conversion

God I forgot how crappy my garage looked before I remodeled it.
 

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My JK Rubicon in the Ardennes recently, after a visit to Omaha Beach for D Day 75th Anniversary celebrations.

My TH on the track at a UK race circuit.

Wifey's SRT

TJ getting a bath.
 

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I've owned a lot of cars in my lifetime, so sharing them all would be crazy. I currently have 3 vehicles I drive: Trackhawk, C6 ZR1 with minor mods (632rwhp), and a twin-turbo C5 Z06 (654rwhp) that I bought new 16 years ago. Most recent Mopars are a '15 GC SRT and an '05 Ram SRT-10, which I installed a Gen IV Viper upgrade top-end (put out over 510rwhp). Fun truck.
That truck has viper motor in it? thats cool. I like seeing stuff like this. everyone swaps LS motors including me but I seen a bad ass mustang with a Ferrari motor in it. that is original idea
 

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That truck has viper motor in it? thats cool. I like seeing stuff like this. everyone swaps LS motors including me but I seen a bad ass mustang with a Ferrari motor in it. that is original idea
Yes, the Ram SRT-10 was built '04-'06 and had the Gen 3 Viper (505hp) motor in it from the factory. The single cab trucks were 6-speed manuals, the quad cabs were 4 speed autos.

I wanted some extra power out of it, and Mopar makes a conversion kit for the Gen 3 (intake manifold, heads) to upgrade to the Gen 4 specs (600hp). it made just over 510rwhp with the conversion and ran great. Fun truck for sure.
 

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Yes, the Ram SRT-10 was built '04-'06 and had the Gen 3 Viper (505hp) motor in it from the factory. The single cab trucks were 6-speed manuals, the quad cabs were 4 speed autos.

I wanted some extra power out of it, and Mopar makes a conversion kit for the Gen 3 (intake manifold, heads) to upgrade to the Gen 4 specs (600hp). it made just over 510rwhp with the conversion and ran great. Fun truck for sure.
**** thats cool wonder why I never knew about this truck? sounds fun with 500 RWHP
 

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**** thats cool wonder why I never knew about this truck? sounds fun with 500 RWHP
Here's some footage of one back in 2004 breaking the World Record

I've also had several Ford SVT Lightning trucks... and my opinion is that they are better. Super easy to mod, since they are factory supercharged.
 

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**** thats cool wonder why I never knew about this truck? sounds fun with 500 RWHP
I owned one since new, just sold it. Great truck. NEVER broke anything or let me down.

I had the 4-door. Towed all over the place with it, up to the GCVW, and then some.

Used A LOT of gasoline...like 7-9 mpg when towing at freeway speeds, OR when driving around town. Same mpg, no matter what, it seemed. It never got over about 11 mpg, even when empty and driving 60 mph on a "best mpg" check run.

But, man, what torque and sound!
 

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