As if the earlier Vipers weren’t raucous enough, a maximum-strength version–the SRT-10–became available for 2003. Although some pieces carry over, much of the new asp is a clean-sheet redesign. The SRT-10’s foundation employs a heavily revised racing-style chassis replete with fully independent suspension at each corner paired with gargantuan 18×10/19×13-inch forged alloy wheels. A new aluminum space frame increases stiffness over the previous Viper for improved handling and decreased noise/vibration/harshness. The wheelbase has been extended 2.6 inches, yet in overall length, the SRT-10 is 1.1 inches shorter than the RT/10.
Described to be in excellent condition throughout, this head-turning example is finished in black with black wheels, red callipers, a small rear spoiler and a single red stripe and has covered a mere 17,000 miles from new. Fitted with a six-speed manual gearbox, premium sound system and a factory built in side exhaust pipes, not only is this a great specification example but also having been maintained to the highest standard as its previous owner for 5 years has been a maritime engineer.