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Probably around 100 in my 18 Scat.

Fastest I have driven was 150 (calculated with math) in my old 66 Chevelle SS 396, on 205-75-14 white walls. I was on a long downhill it wouldn't do that speed on a flat highway. A stock 325hp 396, in a Chevelle SS really isn't a very fast car.
 

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My past cars
1973 Challenger 340/4 speed - 145 mph.
2004 SRT-4 - 145 mph
2012 Challenger 3.6L - 138.6 mph. Have video on YouTube.
Current car
2017 Challenger 5.7L - 133 mph.
 

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I've probably hit 90 for a quick moment in my Challenger. Did 140 in my old Trans Am...not my brightest moment, lol

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Fastest would be about 140-145 (calculated with math and visuals) in my 1993 Dodge Ram (the OLD old square box style) that had a small 318. It was modified, but only bolt-ons including long tube headers dumped through a couple glasspacks, tuned pcm, underdrive pulleys, air intake, and weight reduction. Other than that the engine internals were all stock. Also helped along by a long downhill, and still had more to go but it literally felt like the fenders and other panels were about to fly off the truck so I let off.

2nd fastest would be my 2012 Dodge Avenger hitting 120, but only because it was stopped there by the stupid computer

Once I get my 1320 the fastest I'll hit will be whatever it can get to in 1320 feet at the local track. Of course, if one day I just happen to be in Mexico....
 
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About 104 at the NCM track
 

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160 in my R/T "on a closed course"
 
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