Up for sale is this 1995 Dodge Viper RT/10. With a clean Carfax, this Dodge Viper has little-to-no modifications mentioned, bar the subtle addition of wheels from a 2002 Viper. Finished in red and with a grey interior, this could be one of the more outrageously stock examples of the Viper out there. And, with 31,400 miles on the clock for a 25-year-old car, the usage alone is well below average for a car such as this.
This 1995 Dodge Viper is a visually stunning masterpiece of a car that put Dodge back on the map. This unmolested example is finished in red and features a canvas roof. This car includes an upgraded radio with Alpine speakers, should the sound of the glorious V10 engine not be music enough. The interior of the car remains largely original, with manually adjustable grey leather seats. The standard manual gearbox makes driving an engaging experience, while the 3-spoke steering wheel is old-school and without an airbag (thanks to weight-saving measures).
The star attraction of any Dodge Viper is the V10 power plant that sits up front. This eight-liter 400hp engine was developed with the assistance of Lamborghini and puts out an earth-moving 465 lb-ft of torque.
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