Great answer, I learned some info I was wondering myself about some of the things you responded on. I also have a question, just wondering where the pictures that I sent you go. Do you post them on a site,and also how long does it usually take to receive the plaque for the dash. ThanksThe Viper Truck Registry is a site which acts as a vehicle registry in the classical definition of the term. The Viper Truck Registry's function is to gather, accumulate, organize and maintain vehicle histories relative to the RAM SRT-10. This information is useful to owners and prospective owners alike. Registry information is obtained through contributions from owners, enthusiasts, vehicle manufacturers, and interested individuals. No guarantee is made as to the accuracy of the data, interpret it and use it at your own risk.
The Viper Truck Registry is in no way affiliated with Chrysler.
There is no requirement to be on it, nor would I want anyone to feel they have to be.
Registry's come in all shapes and sizes everything from the VW Beetle to the Viper.
Why do these trucks need to be tracked.......
From the very first days people have been wondering sequence numbers, build totals, how may red ones, how may silver ones, etc... The list is quite large. I know that this information is not important to all people and is just unwanted fluff. For some of us, this information is pretty cool. I've over time learned some very interesting details and at times pass those on.
Some just go to wiki RAM SRT-10 for there info and thats it....
Funny part, I update that page when I learn new info, so the data on that page is partially due to the Registry.
Dodge really doesn't care, it's a vehicle no longer in production and they have moved on. For some owners, they are still a kick ass truck and the more information the better.
Hope this helps answer your question.