Used Dodge Viper For Sale

2015 Dodge Viper GTC TA

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$183,999
SOLD

The 1990s saw fantastic cars gracing our roads, from affordable but powerful Japanese cars to swanky Europeans and, of course, good ol' American-built cars. During this time, Dodge, an American vehicle manufacturer since 1900, introduced the Dodge Viper. An aggressive-looking vehicle with complementing power and the bane of inexperienced drivers. The Dodge Vipers production ended in 2017 and featured five generations of awesome raw power. A true American powerhouse is up for the taking in the form of this 2015 Dodge Viper GTC TA 2.0 with just 7,000 miles on the odometer.

2014 Dodge Viper Coupe

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$134,999
SOLD

The Dodge Viper is one of those American icons that answers the question of just how large an engine an automaker can cram into a production car. Sporting a displacement more appropriate for a truck than a car, the Viper quickly created a fearsome reputation. Five generations of Viper have been created, spanning 1991 to 2017, with a three-year gap from 2010 to 2013. What we've got here is a fifth-generation 2014 Dodge Viper with just 19,000 miles on the clock. Read on to discover why you should be intrigued, excited, and maybe just a little scared of it.

1998 Dodge Viper GTS Coupe

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$69,999
SOLD

The Dodge Viper was born out of Chrysler’s then-president desiring to create something like the AC Cobra for the Nineties. A team of crack development engineers worked on Project Viper, and the result was released to the market in 1991. The Viper would continue for five generations until it’s demise in 2017. What we’ve got here is a 1998 Dodge Viper GTS Coupe that’s reportedly for sale by the original owner’s family and bears just 30,500 miles on the clock. Two keys are included in the sale of this ferocious sports car that awaits its next master to tame it – and tame it you must! Driving a Viper is an exhilarating experience that demands ample attention from the mind, body, and soul, and rewards you with an experience that stays with you for life.

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2013 Dodge Viper SRT

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$124,999
OFF MARKET

In the world of muscle cars, standing out can be quite challenging, and amongst the horsepower and rapid drag race timings, the Dodge Viper stands out with a performance that rivals the best and looks to kill. The 2013 Dodge Viper SRT we have today shares its genes with its forefathers and is a low mileage example with a reported 1,300 miles on the clock. What's better is that this car comes with a custom preferred and track package to make things interesting.

1999 Dodge Viper GTS Coupe

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$69,999
OFF MARKET

The Eighties was an excellent time for the American automotive scene. However, towards the late 80s, manufacturers had to start thinking about what was new for the 90s. Then Chrysler President Bob Lutz had a groundbreaking idea. He wanted the company to produce a modern-day Cobra. The Cobra was iconic on many fronts and is one of America's sweethearts so the pressure was on. What came to be was the Dodge Viper, a sleek sports car that was a big American beast in all its glory. Some would say that the Dodge Viper is the poster child of 90s American automotive. Take a look at this 1999 Dodge Viper GTS Coupe, for instance; with a reported 32,000 miles on the clock, this soon to be American classic can be yours to double down as a weekend track weapon and savvy investment.

2001 Dodge Viper RT/10

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$72,499
OFF MARKET

What sparked interest in Dodge during the Nineties was the Dodge Viper. The Viper was envisioned as a distant successor of the Shelby Cobra. Interestingly, Lamborghini, which was owned by Chrysler Corporation at that time, helped design the V10 engine used in the Dodge Viper. The first Dodge Viper rolled off the assembly line in 1991 with the last Viper in 2017, in total, the Dodge Viper was produced for five generations. The second-generation Dodge Viper was produced from 1996 to 2002 and was produced in the GTS and RT/10 forms. Up for grabs is a 2001 Dodge Viper RT/10 with just 23,750 miles on the clock.

2016 Dodge Viper SRT

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$99,999
OFF MARKET

What happens when you take a massive displacement engine and delicately insert it between the front wheels of a sports car, sending drive to the rear wheels and not giving it any driver aids? The result is the Dodge Viper, which sported a massive 8.4L V10 engine that had development assistance from Lamborghini, driving the rear wheels and no driver aids. The Viper was meant to be a sort of modern version of the raw Sixties AC Cobra. Becoming an American automotive icon on its own, the Viper saw production from 1992 until 2017, with five generations in the bloodline. If a Viper strikes your fancy, this 2016 Dodge Viper SRT from the fifth generation could be your venom. Hailing from Texas, it’s got 43,500 miles on it and awaits its next owner and tamer.

1995 Dodge Viper RT/10

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$34,999
OFF MARKET

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.

2004 Dodge Viper SRT-10

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$43,500
OFF MARKET

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.