Hello fellow truckdrivers,
As some of you might know, I moved back to the Netherlands... with my truck of course. Besides my Truck I don't see many V8's or trucks driving around every day sadly enough, so I was in need of some V8 Violence. Past Sunday there was an event called American Sunday in Zandvoort, a city next to the coast, with all kinds of American muscle. I went to this event and I had to represent the Ram Trucks and entered the show with my Texas plates.
Even before I entered the show one of the best things happened... in front of me was a old Volvo (an Amazone) that car also wanted to enter the show part of the event. One of the crew memebers of the event saw me driving behind the Volvo, he looked at me and shook his had and looked at the Volvo again and send him on his way... the show was American cars only
At the show were American cars from AMC Pacers and AMX Javelins to 1e gen orginal AC Cobra, Chargers from every gen and of course Ram's from every gen.
Of the Ram Trucks at the event, there were:
1x 2005 Ram 1500 Rumble Bee RCSB
1x 2005 Ram 1500 Daytona RCSB
1x 2006 Ram 1500 SRT-10 RCSB Stick shift
4 x 2005/6 Ram 1500 SRT-10
1x 2010 Ram 2500 Cummins
1x 1998 Ram 3500 Dually murder out
3x Ram 1500 2013
1x 2010 Ram 1500 RCSB (mine)
7x 2003/4 Ram 1500
2x Ram D-150
And a handfull of pre 1960 Dodge Trucks
There was one guy who had multiple Trucks and SUV (American made) and he was racing his Jeep SRT-8 which he swapped the engine from the 6.1 to a 7L with Turbo, don't know the times but he was in the high 9's and low 10's. There was no room for the turbo so they had to place it next to the automatic.
The real show truck at the event was a Peterbilt with two jet engines from a F-4 fighter jet.
Anyway it was an awesome show and my truck turned some heads with the Texas plates.