The Dodge Viper is a supercar manufactured by Dodge (SRT for 2013 and 2014), from 1992 to 2017, having taken a brief hiatus from 2010-2013. The new 2014 car was not based on anything else, and was a more forgiving car to drive, with new features such as stability control. The last ever Dodge Viper rolled off the assembly in August 2017.
This amazing Venom Black Dodge Viper SRT GTS Coupe is a recent arrival from Palm Beach in Florida. The specification of this Viper is quite phenomenal; an 8.4 litre all aluminium V10 motor with race bred forged aluminium pistons, forged steel crankshaft and lightweight composite intake. With an upgraded engine management system this power unit delivers ca. 750bhp, driven through a 6 speed manual Tremec 6060 gearbox with a GKN Viscolok speed sensing limited slip rear differential. This car is fitted with a state of the art carbon package comprising front corner splitters and rear carbon spoiler, and further additions to the exterior, interior and engine compartment. The value of this kit is $33,000. To finish, the car it sits on Sidewinder II Matte aluminium wheels with very wide tyres – 295/30ZR18 at the front and 355/30ZR19 at the rear.
The Viper is supplied with a clean Carfax vehicle history report with no accidents reported and a 10/10 score for interior/exterior/frame/body/powertrain/mechanical condition, and with the correct documents for onward registration.
With a top speed of 206 mph and acceleration from standstill to 60mph in only 3.3 seconds, this is a mighty road car which is incredibly engaging to drive. Possibly the ultimate muscle car the likes of which we may never see again.
Note: Interested parties should note that this vehicle is liable for VAT at the country of registration’s local rate.