Three Best Ram Truck Feats! | Bruner Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram In Stephenville, TX

There have been some amazing feats performed in Ram trucks!

  1. A 451 Ram truck Parade in front of AT&T Stadium

On April 18, 2015 on a sunny day in Arlington, TX, a mind-blowing 451 Ram Trucks gathered for a parade through the streets. People came from seven states and as far away as Canada to be a part of the motorcade.

At the time the feat was officially considered a Guinness World Record. The previous record was just a mere 438 trucks. Sadly this amazing record was shattered a couple of months later in Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico where an astonishing 638 trucks gathered.

2.  A Ram truck has claims to the "The World's Fastest Production Pickup Truck."

A Ram SRT-10 truck went fresh off of an assembly line, coincidentally, in Saltillo, Mexico and straight into the Guinness Book of World Records!

The Ram SRT-10 was not modified in any way and posted a blazing 154.587 MPH average speed on the DaimlerChrysler Proving Grounds in Chelsea, Michigan.

The truck made two laps around the oval track in both directions. This is the fastest top-speed ever recorded from a non-altered pickup truck.


3.  The World’s Fastest Monster Truck!

Behold the Raminator! This beast of a truck weighs in at 5.25 tons and can reach a speed of 60 MPH in only 3 seconds! Its tires sit 66 inches off the ground and weigh 900 pounds each!

The big, bad Raminator holds the Guinness record for fastest monster truck topping out at an vision-blurring 99.1 MPH! As amazing as this feat is it still comes at a price. The Raminator only gets 264 feet per gallon of gas. The Raminator was obviously built for the sprint, not the marathon.

Come on in to Bruner Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Stephenville, TX and pick up your Ram truck and see what type of feats you can perform to make the list. First take a peek at our inventory of Ram trucks online HERE!

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