WASHINGTON, MO. (KPLR) - It took 600 tons of natural rock and crushed concrete to build the brand new off road track at Washington's Barreth Chrysler Center. Customers can experience "Ram Mountain,: a 14 foot tall, 35 degree mountain the truck climbs over.
"Six Flags may be closed but you can still get your thrills here," says Blake Hutchcraft, general manager.
The track offers an experience that pushes the vehicle to its limits.
For insurance reasons, customers cannot drive on the test track, but they are welcomed to buckle up and enjoy the ride.
"And the best part about this amusement ride is that it costs nothing," says Barreth Chrysler's Dan Helmsing.