I can also confirm that #60/200 is in Colorado Springs alive and without undercarriage damage. the Listed damage by the carfax was a cracked oil pan. i went with a friend to pick it up out of New Mexico in early April 2018. it is now under ownership in Colorado Springs and i know the owner was tossing the idea around of selling.
"Testing waters on the lowest mileage srt4 on the planet. This car is in all original immaculate condition. It was owned by a famous musician by the name of James Henley who recently passed away. This is commemorative edition #58 and has 125 original miles. The title is clean with no accidents or stories. Car has extensive paperwork included with it along with the original window sticker. If you are looking for the holy grail srt4 here it is. NO SHOWINGS WITHOUT PROOF OF FUNDS AND ABSOLUTELY NO TEST DRIVES. Any serious buyers are welcome to message me for more photos and information. Thanks $120,000 obo"
Updating the thread here, and just realized that for some reason, all the work I did color coordinating the numbers based on whether the car was owned by someone here, wrecked, missing, etc, is all gone. It shows all of the numbers in black now... really ticked off. Going to try and get it figured out tonite, got my work cut out for me I'm sure. Very aggravating when this type of shxt happens.
Update: Thankfully I had an HTML code version of the first post in this thread saved so i was able to update all of the existing colors. I save one in notepad because notepad is very generic and shows all the HTML coding without messing with it, and every line is one line that doesn't return unless you do a hard return. Microsoft word does a lot of weird stuff to a file like that, notepad just leaves it as is. The update was rather easy, but still annoying to have to go through and fix everything.