With only 29,090 original miles, this 2004 Dodge Viper SRT-10 is finished in black and as sleek as they come. First introduced in 1991, the Viper was Dodge’s entrance into the American supercar market. A 10-cylinder beast, this was, and remains, one of the most powerful production cars ever made. The Viper was developed in Italy with engineers from Lamborghini and chief power engineer, Dick Winkles. The legacy of horsepower that this car comes from is undeniable. Comes with a clean Carfax report.
The Viper’s stance and look was its most unique feature from the get-go. By 2004, the body had developed to become more consistent with the de rigueur cars of the time. Don’t let the subtly fool you, though, this Viper still has a massive bite. The interior matches the finish and has a stripped, rally car look. Racing-style instruments and deep bucket seats sit low in the tight cockpit. An AM/FM radio tops off the entertainment package and billeted pedals offer a quick response.
The V10, 8.3 litre engine puts out 500 horsepower and is the crowning achievement of this SRT-10. Created by a team of Lamborghini engineers, the powertrain can get this Viper up to 100 mph in 8.5 seconds. That’s over half a second sooner than a Corvette Z06. Getting to 60 mph is even faster at 3.9 seconds and with a rev limiter at 6,000 RPM, you can punch it with impunity. Everything rolls on the classically stiff Dodge suspension and the weight and accuracy of the steering has enough understeer to overcome the peel outs you’re sure to encounter from the sheer power.
- Up For Sale is Our 2004 Dodge Viper SRT-10
Car location: Jackson, NJ
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