A 505 hp sports car is the kind of ride we all dream of owning. And this low-mileage 2003 Dodge Viper SRT-10 not only delivers on the power, but also a ton of other great upgrades... and all for an obtainable price. So dig in for the details, because this is the ideal speed machine.
If you want a heart-stopping performer, with just the right hints of civility, the 3rd gen Viper is the place to be. After all, it offers a full convertible top and real windows to seal the cabin on rainy days. But those growling side pipes will make sure no one will ever mistake this for tame. In fact, this one was built to be extra bold (that's why there are a custom underbody lights!) Chrysler developed such a deep and slick red, that there are plenty of hot rods and restomods that love to use this on custom builds. It has great details like the deeply scalloped sides, integrated rear spoiler, and the long sleek hood with plenty of vents for the monster underneath. Plus, this one has a terrific dark side thanks to the black power coated wheels that coordinates with all the other black details, including the headlight backgrounds and folding roof.
If you love the black accents of the exterior, then you'll love the full midnight package inside. Low mileage means little time to wear in the leather interior. This looks great with a driver-oriented setup that gives you sport seats, a center console in the ideal elbow position, crisp white-faced gauges, and a gearshift right where your right hand falls. It comes with a ton of great features, including power windows, keyless entry, front airbags, side airbags, cruise control, and cold air conditioning to keep you comfortable with the top down. As mentioned before, this one buttons up better than the first-gen roadster, and this one takes full advantage with the upgrades like the Kenwood Excelon AM/FM/CD/XM touchscreen head unit. This not only showcases the backup camera, but it's also your gateway to the full upgraded subwoofer speaker system. The added Mesa Mat sound insulation means you can hear this even crisper.
Open the hood, and the big red valve covers and twin-plenum intake are factory package that look fiercely imposing. The fan shroud of this fuel-injected 8.3-liter V10 proudly announces the 505 horsepower that can swallow a lesser car whole. You get complete control of this via six-speed overdrive manual transmission that then sends the power to a beefy limited slip rear end. This is backed up by a fully independent suspension that ready for the road or racetrack thanks to Eibach lowering springs. Plus, there's the Brembo large four-wheel disc brake package (w/ABS), power steering, and super-sticky performance tires. It's a total power package that will make this collectable supercar also your track day favorite.
With only 36,710 miles on the odometer and documents like the owner's manual and maintenance records, this one has always been treated like a future classic. So it's the big power machine of your dreams. Call now!